Locus Robotics’ success is a tale of focusing on what works


This post is by Brian Heater from TechCrunch


“We’re fundamentally a software company,” Locus CEO Rick Faulk says with a laugh. We look like a robot company, but we’re actually a software company.” It’s a familiar refrain from companies whose most public-facing products are hardware. That’s certainly the case with Locus, which produces the best-known AMRs (autonomous mobile robots) not made by Amazon. […] © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.