The Internet scion also suggests that the innovations leading this revolution would most likely be launched outside of the hallowed office buildings of Silicon Valley, Boston, and New York. In starting Revolution Ventures, Case set out to find disruptive technologies in America’s heartland often ignored by typical venture investors.
Augean Robotics is solving the farm labor problem by making Wall-E a reality, beginning with Burro, a following robot that can shuttle material autonomously . Founded by Charles Andersen, Deniz Ilhan, Terry Scott, and Vibhor Sood in 2017, Augean Robotics is backed by investors that include ff Venture Capital, Radicle Growth, S2G Ventures, SVG Partners, and Thrive Agtech Accelerator. Augean Robotics is headquartered in Philadelphia.