Agility Robotics is a success story.
In 2015, it was founded for the specific purpose of commercializing bipedal leg technology Jonathan Hurst’s laboratory at Oregon State University. The company designs and builds walking and running robots for advanced mobility in human environments.
They became an ONAMI portfolio company when ONAMI helped fund further product development.
In 2018, Agility raised $8 million in a Series A funding to accelerate product, technology, and business development.
Agility Robotics is solving the mobility problem. Robotic legged locomotion will enable a major transformation of our world, with applications in logistics and package delivery for fast and inexpensive 24/7 service, in-home robots for telepresence and assistance, and real-time data collection and mapping of human and natural environments.
Walking robots will one day be a common sight, much like the automobile, and with similar impact on our society. Agility Robotics will be a leader in this transformative change.