CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Attabotics, the 3D robotics supply chain company for modern commerce, has filed a Claim in the United States District Court of Massachusetts against Urbx, alleging violations of patents owned by Attabotics.
The lawsuit claims that Urbx’s current product offering, which consists of a dual robot system, infringes on multiple patents held by Attabotics. The company is seeking appropriate relief, including a permanent injunction and damages.
Attabotics has a robust and growing portfolio of cutting edge intellectual property, including patented technology for its unique robotics storage, retrieval and delivery systems, and is dedicated to ensuring it protects its intellectual property diligently and to the fullest extent of the law.
Attabotics is being represented by Spencer Chimuk of McLeod Law LLP and David C. Van Dyke of Howard & Howard Attorneys PPLC. All inquiries regarding this matter should be directed to legal counsel.
Attabotics is the world’s first 3D robotics supply chain system for modern commerce. Inspired by the framework of ant colonies, Attabotics replaces the rows and aisles of traditional fulfillment centers with a patented storage structure and robotics shuttles that utilize both horizontal and vertical space, reducing a company’s warehouse needs by 85%. By empowering retailers to place fulfillment centers near high-density urban areas, Attabotics helps create jobs and decrease carbon emissions by closing the last-mile delivery gap. Attabotics has been adopted by major brands including luxury department store Nordstrom, and other retailers across apparel, food & beverage, and home goods. Attabotics is based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with fulfillment centers across the United States and Canada.