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BLOOM AUTOMATION

CUTTING EDGE ROBOTICS FOR THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY.
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"ROBOTS PERFORM DULL, DIRTY, OR DANGEROUS JOBS"

Robotics has revolutionized industries from healthcare to agriculture.  Bloom Automation is bringing advanced automation and robotics to the commercial and medical cannabis industry.

intelligent automation.

Bloom Automation is on the forefront of technology to evaluate and process delicate agriculture through advanced optics and proprietary algorithms.

Our mission is to join intelligent automation with innovative producers, producing the next generation of cultivation.

We trim with the precision of a human, but the efficiency of a machine.

 

Jon Gowa

CEO and Founder

Career designing advanced agricultural and military robotics.  Experienced in bringing sophisticated automation systems from concept to market. 

Sam Tordo 

Lead Field Service Engineer

    Has a background in electro-mechanical assemblies and has extensive, customer-facing experience in the field prior to coming to bloom.

Paresh Brahmbhatt

Technical Director

A seasoned robotics engineer with a background in coding and machine learning. Has experience with complex robotics systems, such as humanoid robots. 

 

cost effective

Robotic cannabis processing and trimming can reduce costs 5-10x.

DELICATE

Thanks to advanced image recognition technology pioneered by Bloom, we are able to trim with the precision and care of a human.

NON DESTRUCTIVE

Conventional machine trimmers are often very destructive to the product, with up to 30% of flower damaged.  Bloom's robotic solution reduces the chance of loss or damage to >5%.

AUTOMATED

Bloom Automation is dedicated to automating commercial and medical cannabis cultivations, from seed to shelf, through the use of human-collaborative robotic technology.

 
 
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“A startup based in the Boston area hopes to revolutionize the increasingly legal marijuana industry by assigning robots to the task.” 

—  Business Insider, April 2017

 
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