AI-Driven Fulfillment Solution Receives $6 Million VC Boost

  • August 1, 2017 at 12:10 PM EDT
  • By Adam Blair
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CommonSense Robotics, which combines robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) to support on-demand fulfillment solutions, has raised $6 million in seed funding from Aleph VC and Innovation Endeavors. The company is using the funds to expand its team, drive new product development and build out operations toward its initial deployments.

The company creates micro-fulfillment centers that are designed to combine the benefits of local and automated fulfillment and maximize the use of retail space while enabling faster fulfillment and delivery of goods to consumers.

“On-demand is rapidly becoming the standard for retail businesses of all sizes from across the spectrum, and will be a critical determining factor between success and failure,” said Elram Goren, CEO and co-founder of CommonSense Robotics in a statement.


Founded in 2015, CommonSense Robotics is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.



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