Boundless Robotics Selected For Techcrunch Disrupts' Startup Battlefield Competition
By: Boundless Robotics
In the US, 43 million adults consume cannabis, and roughly 12 million of us would like to grow our own. But growing at home is difficult. Boundless Robotics created Annaboto so that anyone, anywhere can grow at home, any time of the year. Annaboto combines robotics, AI and hydroponics, empowering busy adults to automatically grow (https://annaboto.com/
"Growing and consuming cannabis is now legal for adults in 19 states. Our technology helps empower consumers and creates access to fresh, high-quality, pesticide free cannabis with the touch of a button," says Carl Palme, Founder and CEO of Boundless Robotics. "While this represents a $7B market opportunity, the market will continue to grow as more states and countries legalize cannabis. Our technology is also capable of easily growing almost any consumable plant, creating opportunities for both the consumer and industrial markets in the future."
The editorial staff of TechCrunch curated a select set of founders to feature on the show floor at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco October 18-20. Out of thousands of applicants, 200 were selected. From these, 20 will be selected for an opportunity to pitch on the Disrupt Stage as a Startup Battlefield Finalist company.
About Boundless Robotics
Boston-based Boundless Robotics was founded in 2019 by Carl Palme, veteran entrepreneur and high tech startup executive. A finalist in the 2021 MassChallenge for hardware and robotics and winner of Boston University's 2021 Cannabis Start-Up Competition, Boundless Robotics is on a mission to change the world of cannabis, destigmatizing cannabis at home, and making high quality, affordable cannabis more accessible. For more information, please visit www.annaboto.com