Massachusetts is home to a dynamic and thriving robotics industry.
The region’s leading robotic companies, academic research laboratories, policymakers and government organizations work closely together. This spurs the technology industry’s economic development through education, knowledge-sharing and relationship-building.
This ecosystem includes:
- More than 400 innovative companies producing and utilizing robotics applications serving 11 different markets (see map below)
- A critical mass of world-class universities including more than 35 robotics R&D programs across 18 institutions
- Highly skilled and experienced workforce and supporting related industries
- MassRobotics – the innovation hub for robotics and connected devices startups, hosted in Boston’s Innovation District
- New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation (NERVE) Center – based at UMass Lowell, a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) test facility providing an indoor environment for testing ground-based robotics and a validation site for ARM Institute and its projects
- Joint Base Cape Cod – an FAA joint test site with New York, one of six test sites for Unmanned Air Systems providing a secure environment for early-stage outdoor field and environmental testing, including large AUV platforms
- Consortium for Marine Robotics – based at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, advancing the way people and machines work together in the marine environment
Additionally, the map below showcases the hundreds of companies that drive the regional robotics industry. It includes robotics, AI and connected device companies, as well as technology companies supporting the robotics ecosystem. (Zoom in to see all the companies.)
We are working to keep this map as up-to-date as possible. If you know of a company not shown, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the company name, website, address, and technology/product. (last updated January 2022)
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