6 River Systems, the provider of the world’s first and only fully collaborative mobile robotics solution, has been named to the RBR50, the Robotics Business Review’s top 50 list of leading automation companies.
The RBR50 is the annual list of the 50 most innovative and transformative robotics companies that have achieved commercial success in the past year. Robotics Business Review has teamed up with IDC to choose this year’s winners.
“We’re pleased to be recognized as a leader in the space, however the true winners are our customers,” Fergal Glynn, VP of Marketing at 6 River Systems said. “Our customer base is using collaborative robots to ramp their fulfillment capacity and productivity, at a fraction of the cost of traditional warehouse automation solutions. We look forward to helping our customers achieve even greater commercial success in the coming year.”
For 2019, companies were selected from commercial and industrial robotics categories, including component makers, collaborative robotics, autonomous mobile robots, artificial intelligence, healthcare and service robotics, and more.
To see who was listed in the 2019 RBR50 report, please visit Robotics Business Review.
About 6 River Systems
6 River Systems was founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 2015 by Jerome Dubois, Rylan Hamilton and Chris Cacioppo. Jerome and Rylan were previously executives at Kiva Systems (now Amazon Robotics). The 6 River Systems engineering team has decades of automation, software and operations experience and has designed, built and deployed the world’s largest warehouse automation solutions.
6 River Systems is supported by world-class venture capital firms and strategic investors, including Menlo Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, Eclipse and iRobot. Amy Villeneuve, former president and COO of Kiva Systems, is a member of the board.
About Robotics Business Review
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