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By fusing proptech and robotics, Skyline Robotics reimagines an outdated industry and charts a fresh course for it.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.
RapidPlan software creates and choreographs robot movements without the need for brand-specific robot programming.
Leading robotics sector investors to discuss business, technological and social drivers for investment, gating factors and headwinds and why robotics startups succeed and fail.
Mobot uses mechanical robots to automate quality assurance app testing, resulting in more bug catches than typical methods.
GrayMatter Robotics’ Scan&Sand system is a flexible robotic sander that can quickly adjust to objects with complex geometry.
Sprout is a lightweight, battery-powered autonomous robot that can precisely harvest asparagus for up to 16 hours a day.
Levita Magnetics said it has raised $26 million to fund regulatory and commercial progress on its Magnetic-Assisted Robotic Surgery (MARS) platform.
Cowen’s Peter Finn on the state of investment into the robotics industry and the impact of inflation, higher interest rates, and other issues.
StradVision’s SVNet is a deep learning-based perception software that powers the perception technology behind ADAS and autonomous vehicles.
Waku Robotics offers consulting services for new mobile robot buyers along with fleet management software and integration/implementation services.
Geek+ plans to use the fresh funding to further expand in the global market and invest in research and development.
The company has raised a total of $4.9M to date and is ready to commercialize its second generation of last-mile delivery robots.
FANUC saw strong demand for robots in lithium-ion battery plants due to growth in the electric vehicle market.
Robotic microsurgery company Medical Microinstruments announced today that it raised $75 million in a Series B financing round.
The company claims its ORYOM platform can perform fully robotic cataract surgeries with ten times more accuracy than a human hand.