Dexterity, a logistics robot spinout of Stanford, has emerged from stealth with series A funding and debt financing from Stanford-StartX Fund.

Dexterity, a US-based warehouse robot technology spinout of Stanford University, made its public debut on Tuesday with $56.2m in funding from investors including Stanford-StartX Fund, the venture unit of Stanford-aligned accelerator StartX. Presidio Ventures, a corporate venturing arm of conglomerate Sumitomo, is also among the investors, as are Pacific West Bank, Liquid 2 Ventures, Kleiner…

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