Atlanta robotics startup Softwear Automation closes $18.1M Series B round

Softwear Automation reported closing an $18.1 million Series B round in a Feb. 1 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.   The Atlanta startup, founded in 2012, uses robotics and artificial intelligence to automate the manufacturing of sewn goods.   The startup began raising for the round in 2019, according to the filing. That year, it reported closing about $12 million.   Atlanta’s Silicon Road, SRI Capital and Monta Vista Capital invest in the company. Softwear Automation…

Softwear Automation reported closing an $18.1 million Series B round in a Feb. 1 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing.   The Atlanta startup, founded in 2012, uses robotics and artificial intelligence to automate the manufacturing of sewn goods.   The startup began raising for the round in 2019, according to the filing. That year, it reported closing about $12 million.   Atlanta’s Silicon Road, SRI Capital and Monta Vista Capital invest in the company. Softwear Automation…

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