The “Golden Age” of robots is coming, and one startup is making it a reality.
The number of industrial robots is projected to spike 131% to 37 billion bots in one decade. But this explosive growth can only happen if robots are more affordable and easier to use. In fact, 48% of businesses needing automation have been cut out of this market due to its costs and complexity.
That’s why Ally Robotics has pioneered truly user-friendly, low-cost robotic arms to meet this demand and is seeking investors to help them expand.
And with so many manufacturers, restaurants, and others yet to adopt automation, Ally has a first-mover advantage in a potential $114 billion market ready to boom.
Here’s why Ally is the perfect candidate to lead the next industrial revolution.
We Need A No-Code Robot
Up to 88% of businesses want to automate, but before Ally Robotics it was either too expensive or too complicated (or both). Companies would pay an arm and a leg for top engineers to program exactly what they had in mind. For that reason, robots were a sci-fi luxury, and smaller businesses were left out.
Now, that’s no longer the case.
Ally’s AI-powered robotic arms are 70% cheaper to produce, easier to train, and just as effective. They learn on the job by literally watching and imitating human movement––no coding required–and have the potential to operate in any setting (think: commercial kitchens, manufacturing plants, warehouses, even your own home!).
Even more than functionality, this is a money-saving, efficiency-boosting strategy for businesses that were previously on the fence about robotics.
In fact, Ally Robotics has already landed $30 million in preorders from a $500M food robotics titan to operate in commercial kitchens. So, demand is being proven as we speak, but it’s only the start.
Ally’s $114B Potential Market
The same robot can cook food or help put cars together. It can lift a box or help construct a high-rise building.
And it does this all by watching and learning.
That’s a leap forward.
Ally is the only team in America capable of mass-producing robots at its price point, with the same torque and velocity as its competition.
Up to 52% of manufacturing and agriculture roles demand automation by 2050. And that’s only the tip of the iceberg with so many new companies looking for construction, service, or general collaboration from robotics.
They all need an easily trainable, low-cost robot. And Ally robots are stepping in.
Here starts the road to a $114 billion market opportunity.
Learn more about Ally Robotics and how you can become a shareholder ahead of their worldwide market disruption. Opportunity closes September 29th.
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