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Columbus, Ohio-based firm Path Robotics today announced the completion of a $56 million Series B. The round, led by Addition (featuring Drive Capital, Basis Set, and Lemnos Lab) brings the robotic welding company’s total funding to $71 million.
Fort Robotics, a startup developing a safety and security platform for robots, today announced it has raised $13 million in a funding round led by Prime Movers Lab. With the new investment, Fort says it will more than double the size of its workforce and expand its product offerings in “key markets.”