Burro received funding led by Catalyst Investors and Translink Capital as it builds outdoor robots for agriculture, construction, and more.
GreyOrange said its Series D round demonstrated investor confidence in its mobile robots and warehouse software for fulfillment operations.
The contracts are valued at $14.8 million, and Neya and the other companies will provide prototypes for the Autonomous Tactical Vehicle System program.
Rightbot has obtained funding to scale operations and continue developing robots to unload trucks, trailers, and containers.
Mujin, which offers the MujinController to developers of logistics robots, is continuing its global expansion.
CNH has invested in Advanced Farm Technologies, focusing on robotic harvesting of fruits like apples and strawberries.
Robotics startup launches latest autonomous outdoor security patrolling robot, Ascento Guard, allowing companies to extend security at a reasonable cost.
Robust.AI offers an autonomous warehouse cart that pairs with its autonomous mobile robot (AMR) software suite.
Cowen’s Peter Finn on the state of investment into the robotics industry and the impact of inflation, higher interest rates, and other issues.
The financing has been facilitated through a venture loan and is supported by the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI).
ForwardX plans to use the new capital to accelerate its research and development timeline, increase its deployment capabilities in key markets.
Knightscope, a company that creates autonomous security robots, offered four million shares at $10 a share.
Burro helps small farmers to automate the movement of items around a farm without a huge investment.
The company is ready to scale its solutions into new regions, while continuing to grow the product line and innovation.
Investment will enable Zippedi to expand its market into the U.S. to meet the market demand in both the Home Improvement and grocery sectors.
Scythe Robotics launches their first commercial, autonomous mower, to help improve productivity of landscapers.
ViaBot announces today that they are officially launching the company and the ViaBot RUNO autonomous mobile robot.
ANYbotics AG, a supplier of unique four-legged autonomous robots, announces the closing of its 22 million (USD) Series A financing round led by Swisscom Ventures. The funding will serve to accelerate the commercialization of its autonomous robots for industrial inspection applications.
Percepto, pioneering autonomous inspection by industrial robotics, today announced a strategic investment of $45 million in Series B funding led by Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT) to launch a transformative solution for remote, fully autonomous, asset monitoring, inspection and compliance of industrial sites. KDT is joined by new investors State of Mind Ventures, Atento Capital, Summit Peak Investments, Delek-US and existing investors U.S. Venture Partners, Spider Capital and Arkin Holdings, bringing the total investment in the company to $72.5 million.
Ware, a technology startup deploying autonomous drones for warehouse inventory counting, has closed $2.5 million in seed-round funding.
The funding will be used for building out the team to further Ware’s artificial intelligence capabilities and support customers as they deploy their technology.
Agility Robotics announces that they have closed a $20M funding round. The investment will enable the company to meet the growing demand for the unique robot.
MOV.AI, a collaborative robotics software company, with roots in ROS development, raises $4M in Series A Funding.
Gaussian Robotics, has raised 150 million yuan ($22 million) in its Series B+ financing round. Read more about this story.
Clearpath Robotics added another $5M in investment to their series C round this week, with investment from McRock Capital.
Geek Plus has closed the largest AMR industry funding round to date with a $200M series C round. Geek+ will use the funding to deploy a RaaS business model for its solutions.