Agility, a spin-off of Oregon State University, is a creator and manufacturer of robots designed to work alongside people in logistics and warehouse environments.
Agility's mission is to build robots made for work, engineered to work in nearly any environment, alongside people.
Agility Robotics was founded in 2015 by Damion Shelton, Jonathan Hurst, and Mikhail Jones. The company is headquartered in Tangent, Oregon.
Agility’s approach is unique, marrying expertise across design, software, and hardware to power robots that can manage practically limitless tasks as part of a blended workforce.
Agility’s Digit is a humanoid robot that combines the most advanced legged locomotion and whole-body manipulation capabilities, such as lifting a box from the floor to a shelf, with efficient operation and a useful battery life.
Agility is backed by DCVC, Playground Global, TDK Ventures, MFV Partners, The Amazon Industrial Innovation Fund, ITIC, Sony Innovation Fund, Robotics Hub, Safar Partners, and others. The company raised $150M in Series B on Apr 22, 2022. This brings Agility's total funding to $178.8M to date.