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Israel’s Bright Machines Secures $126 Million to Revolutionize Electronics Manufacturing

This investment positions Bright Machines as a key player in ushering in a new era of software-defined electronics manufacturing.

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Lior Susan CEO Bright Machines (company pic)

Bright Machines, an Israeli startup and a leader in intelligent, software-defined manufacturing that offers a full-stack automation solution for manufacturing, announced a $126 million Series C funding round. This brings the company’s total funding to over $400 million. The round was led by BlackRock, with participation from industry giants like NVIDIA, Microsoft, Jabil, and Shinhan Securities.

A full-stack automation solution for manufacturing refers to a comprehensive approach that automates various aspects of the production process, from top to bottom (hence the “full-stack” terminology). This includes connecting different software systems used in manufacturing, such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), and design tools. This creates a seamless flow of data between these systems, eliminating silos and improving overall efficiency.Automated systems can perform tasks with greater precision and consistency, leading to fewer defects and higher quality products and the automation of repetitive tasks frees up human workers for more strategic roles, leading to faster production and lower labor costs.

The investment will fuel Bright Machines’ mission to transform electronics manufacturing with intelligent automation and data-driven processes. This comes at a critical time, as traditional manufacturing struggles with outdated methods, inefficient workflows, and a fragmented supply chain. These issues are further amplified by the growing demand for AI hardware, which requires immense computing power.

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“The industry faces bottlenecks across dozens of fragmented vendors, resulting in a supply chain traffic jam,” the company states. Bright Machines believes software-defined manufacturing can revolutionize the industry. Their recent partnership with Microsoft exemplifies this approach, enabling cloud-based, data-driven manufacturing processes.

This funding empowers Bright Machines to develop and deliver intelligent manufacturing solutions. From their Design for Automated Assembly (DFAA) tool to real-time monitoring of the entire assembly process, Bright Machines offers unprecedented visibility and control.

“By partnering with technology leaders, like Microsoft and NVIDIA, Bright Machines will further our ability to deliver flexible, integrated, and intelligent manufacturing solutions to customers,” said Lior Susan, CEO and Executive Chairman of Bright Machines.

This investment positions Bright Machines as a key player in ushering in a new era of software-defined electronics manufacturing, empowering companies to build physical products with greater efficiency and agility.



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