Oxbotica aims to use the investment to drive expansion into new geographical markets and more quickly deploy its autonomy software.
Microsoft plans to invest $10 million into the autonomous trucking startup as part of a funding round that would value Gatik at more than $700 million.
There are more than 70,800 wind turbines in the U.S., which generated about 9% of the country’s electricity in 2021.
SafeAI announced that it brought in $38 million in Series B funding. The company offers retrofit kits for construction and mining vehicles.
Guardforce AI announces a definitive agreement to acquire certain parts of Kewei’s robot business-related assets in China.
Fruitcore Robotics brought in 23 million euros, over $24 million, in Series B funding.
Robco, a Munich-based startup that builds modular robots to automate small to medium industrial businesses, brought in around $13.8 million.
The funding includes debt financing and equity contributions to help Einride continue to scale its technology.
The United States Army and the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) awarded Kodiak Robotics with a 24-month, $49.9 million contract in October.
The U.S. Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center has awarded Gecko Robotics with an 18-month, $1.5 million contract through the SBIR program.
Verdant Robotics’ Series A raised $46.5 million. The money will speed up the company’s robotic farm manufacturing and market launch.
Locus Robotics has now raised $422 million since it was founded in 2014.
Through magnetic propulsion, the company’s Bionauts can navigate the human body and deliver drugs locally.
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.