Fulfil Solutions, a Mountain View, CA-based robotics startup, raised $60M in Series B funding.
The round was led by Eclipse with participation from Khosla Ventures and DCVC.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth and expand operations.
Led by Mir Aamir, President and CEO, Fulfil Solutions provides a platform that leverages advanced AI, machine learning, and optical and sensor technologies to enable inventory management and quality control. Within the warehouse, its proprietary dispense stations handle any grocery item with computer-vision precision, and sensor fusion algorithms confirm that every item is packed successfully. Its mobile robots split and sequence items to prevent damage and minimize pack time, while dispense stations redistribute inventory to balance load.
The company opened its first automated dark store, or micro-fulfillment warehouse, a few months ago in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Mountain View, in partnership with The Save Mart Companies, to power a same-day grocery delivery and pick-up service called Lucky Now. Within minutes of receiving an order, Fulfil’s robots accurately pick all categories of groceries – including refrigerated and frozen goods. The robots then bring packed grocery bags to a waiting area where drivers collect them.