Attabotics announced that it brought in $71.7 million in Series C-1 funding. The latest round brings its total funding to $165.1 million.
Soft Robotics brought in $26 million in the first closing of its Series C funding round to expand commercial deployment of its mGripAI.
ISEE, the Cambridge, Mass.-based developer of self-driving yard truck solutions, announced that it raised $40 million in Series B funding.
The funding will be invested directly into at least 30 startups over the next six years.
Pickle Robot Company announced that it closed a $26 million Series A funding round and it has live pilot implementations in the LA area.
MOV.AI, which offers a robotics platform to develop AMRs and AGVs, brought in $8.2 million in funding.
Galen Robotics is a surgical robotics company looking to erase the large capital expenditures end-users face when considering surgical robotics.
AMP Robotics, a company creating robots that can organize recycling, brought in $91 million in corporate equity in a Series C funding round.
Bright Machines raised $132 million in debt and Series B equity funding, bringing the company’s total funding to $330 million.
Fox Robotics intends to use the new funds to ramp up production, invest in talent, and expand globally.
Ambi is enabling warehouses to pull items from bulk inventory by using vision to guide robotic arms to grasp and then sort items.
Foxglove, a company creating flexible, user-extensible developer tools, announced that it brought in $15 million in Series A funding.
OnRobot closed a DKK 45.5 million, over $5.9 million, investment round, that the company plans to put towards product development.
ABB announced that it entered into a strategic partnership with Scalable Robotics to enhance its portfolio of robotic welding systems.
CIONIC, a bionic clothing company, brought in $12.5 million in Series A funding, bringing the company’s total funding to date to $23 million.
Avidbots, a producer of industrial cleaning robots, announced that it closed a $70 million Series C funding round.
By fusing proptech and robotics, Skyline Robotics reimagines an outdated industry and charts a fresh course for it.
The Imaging Radar Company designs and builds cutting-edge radar technology for smart cities, health, and more.
1MRobotics, a company developing robotic dark stores, emerged from stealth with two rounds of funding totaling $25 million.
Seoul Robotics, a company taking an ATI approach to autonomous driving, brought in $25 million in Series B funding.
Civ Robotics announced that it closed a $5 million seed round for its autonomous surveying solution CivDot.
The solution features a human training feature in which the AMR learns a path through the facility by simply being pushed along its intended path.