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Built Robotics’ massive construction excavator drives itself

Built is coming up on their 10th completed construction project; all in all, their fleet has about 6,000 hours of operating time with the company having $100 million dollars in contracts now signed.

March 29, 2019

This ex-Googler Is Bringing Self-driving Excavators to Construction Sites

Noah Ready-Campbell's first job out of college was at Google. It was 2010, the year the company touted its plan — or then, what seemed like a far-fetched dream — to build self-driving cars.

October 19, 2017

This Robot Tractor Is Ready to Disrupt Construction

In this dusty arena, a startup called Built Robotics is testing what it thinks is the future of construction: the autonomous track loader.

October 19, 2017

Watch This Autonomous Bulldozer Excavate Dirt without a Human Operator

We have self-driving cars, self-driving trucks, self-driving boats, and self-driving buses, so it was only a matter of time before we got self-driving bulldozers.

October 19, 2017

Construction is as Far from a Silicon Valley Darling as You Can Get — and That’s Why It’s Ready for Automation.

Construction technology may seem like the opposite of a traditional Silicon Valley sweetheart, but a new startup views it as untapped potential.

October 19, 2017

Built Is a New Startup Changing the Construction Industry

Built Robotics is a new startup that’s bringing autonomy to the construction industry. They added sensors and trackers capable of withstanding the vibrations and shock of moving around earth.

October 19, 2017

Next Up in Driverless Vehicles: Autonomous Excavators

A startup called Built Robotics, founded by an ex-Google engineer and currently backed by $15 million of venture capital, has announced that it’s currently building a robotic tractor that digs and moves earth.

October 19, 2017

This Self-Driving Track Loader Can Get Down to Business All By Its Dang Self

Using a combination of the LIDAR tech similar to what you can find in self-driving cars, and souped up GPS technology that allows for location-sensing down to the centimeter, the ATL is able to perform simple but arduous tasks like digging a hole once you tell it where and how large that hole should be.

October 19, 2017

Robots Break New Ground in Construction Industry

As a teenager working for his dad’s construction business, Noah Ready-Campbell dreamed that robots could take over the dirty, tedious parts of his job, such as digging and leveling soil for building projects.

March 18, 2018

Autonomous Vehicles May Become More Common at Construction Sites Than on Roads

San Francisco-based Built Robotics is among the first to roll out autonomous construction vehicles at construction sites. The company has three track loaders that can dig, move and grade materials all on their own.

April 2, 2018

Could This New Tech Help Us Build More Houses?

San Francisco-based Built Robotics says its autonomous track loader, which has been leveling ground at Bay Area construction sites since last fall, will be a safer, more efficient alternative to using human drivers — and the company plans to expand its technology to other heavy machinery.

April 22, 2018

Autonomous Track Loader Performs Low-level Excavation, Grading Tasks to Boost Jobsite Productivity

Noah Ready-Campbell built his career in Silicon Valley. But his latest endeavor, a robotics company focused on autonomous construction equipment, represents a return to his roots and the hope that he can blaze a trail forward for the industry.

December 19, 2017

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Built Robotics Logo

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Portrait of Noah Ready-Campbell

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Co-Founder & Lead Robotics Engineer

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Group Portrait of Gaurav, Noah, and Andrew

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ATL-74R Autonomous Compact Track Loader

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Built Robotics Software Interface

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Vehicle Maintenance on the ATL-74R

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