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Path Robotics Expands Headquarters and Production Operations

Path Robotics, an artificial intelligence (AI) robotics company producing autonomous robotic manufacturing systems, has announced plans to expand its headquarters in Columbus, OH, creating 140 new jobs. Hiring for software development, engineering and product positions is underway.

Path Robotics plans to expand personnel throughout Columbus at both its existing facility at 524 Maier Place, as well as at its additional facility at 3950 Business Park Drive. Most of the company's substantial growth will occur downtown at Maier Place, with a portion of its growth happening at its new, secondary location. With a rapidly growing national customer base, the company is quickly expanding production capacity and personnel in the region in order to meet market demand.

"Path Robotics is poised for further major growth. Bolstering our workforce in Columbus enables us to accelerate our innovation and production," said Path Robotics CEO Andrew Lonsberry. "The region's strong talent pool paired with its forward-looking manufacturing industry makes Columbus the perfect environment to accommodate the long-term growth of our business and help us serve our innovative customers in the manufacturing and welding sectors."

Path's autonomous robots are designed to solve manufacturing challenges with no coding required, starting with autonomous welding. The company partners with local manufacturers struggling to find skilled laborers, helping them to thrive. Through proprietary computer vision and artificial intelligence, Path's system sees what is in front of it, understands what it is supposed to do and welds the product together at the push of a button. Earlier this year, the company received $56 million dollars in Series B funding, bringing total investment in Path Robotics to $71 million.

"Path Robotics' groundbreaking product and recent growth is a perfect example of our incredible business atmosphere and ability to help fuel homegrown innovation," said City of Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther. "We are thrilled that the company is bullish on our community and tripling its Columbus-based workforce to scale up."

The Columbus Region is home to over 1,700 manufacturing establishments with nearly 90,000 employees, resulting in more than $15 billion in annual economic output.

"Artificial intelligence is transforming manufacturing technologies and efficiencies worldwide, and Ohio is leading the way," said JobsOhio President and CEO J.P. Nauseef. "As a home-grown company from the Columbus region, Path Robotics continues to scale production, testing and product development that will advance this evolving space with the talent and creativity found here in Ohio."

For more information contact:

Path Robotics

528 Maier Place

Columbus, OH 43215



41 S High St., #1500

Columbus, OH 43215


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