AMP Robotics Corp. New corporate headquarters opened in Louisville. Located at 1875 Taylor Avenue, the office unites employees from AMP’s former locations in Louisville and Broomfield into a facility of approximately 84,000 square feet.
The new facility houses the company’s manufacturing and production operations, where AMP assembles and ships AI-guided robotic systems to recycling facilities around the world. AMP’s local manufacturing operations ensure that the company is positioned to meet the demand for robots to modify existing recycling infrastructure, with short completion times and less exposure to supply chain disruptions.
AMP’s new headquarters also contains research and development functions, including an advanced engineering lab, where the company develops, tests and refines AI-powered automation applications for the recovery of plastics, paper, metals and other recyclable materials. The lab serves as an experimental center for AMP technology, replicating the environments of material recovery facilities and plastics recovery facilities for research and continuous improvement to identify and sort recyclables. The AMP Demo Center allows recyclers and partners, including brands and packaging producers, to experience the latest advances in artificial intelligence and robotics to impact material recovery.
“It’s exciting to unite our local people in this modern space, where we’ll incubate new ideas, flex our innovative strength, and create — all under one roof,” says Matania Hurwitz, founder and CEO of AMP. Robotics. “We’re very excited to be building our technology here in Colorado, where the state’s Advanced Industries Acceleration Grants Program helped AMP get off the ground, starting with a few people with a vision of how AI can transform recycling. Journey serves as an example of what’s possible in the state “.
The opening of this new facility reflects AMP’s rapid growth since Horowitz, a Colorado native and University of Colorado Boulder graduate, founded the company in 2014. Beginning with early support from the National Science Foundation and the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and progressing toward equity financing The venture capital — and its most recent Series C funding led by Congruent Ventures and Wellington Management — ranks AMP as one of the most successful tech startups in the state.
“This modern, inclusive, thoughtfully designed space fits with the way we work with each other and strive to serve our customers — with plenty of opportunities for teamwork and creativity,” adds Beth Dick, Vice President of People at AMP. “With our corporate headquarters in Colorado, we are committed to attracting and retaining great Colorado talent to contribute to our mission of enabling a zero-waste world.”
AMP employs assembly and installation technicians, reliability engineers, project managers and engineers, field service technicians, and supply chain professionals, along with dozens of mechanical, electrical, and software engineers. Since inception, AMP technology has saved an estimated five million tons of greenhouse gas emissions, an effect equivalent to removing more than a million cars from the road.
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