In June 2020, investment and acquisition activity picked up a bit for autonomous vehicles, mobile robots, healthcare systems, and industrial automation.
For startups, including hardware centric, robotics companies, securing outside financing is essential to reach their commercial potential and continue to expand. In this comprehensive review, a popular source of start-up funding, venture capital, where capital is exchanged for equity, is examined.
Softbank’s most promising robotics investments are not those targeting the experimental technologies, nor the massive funding rounds for self-driving vehicles, but rather the mid-range investments in mobile robots for industrial and commercial applications.
The novel coronavirus pandemic slowed global manufacturing as investors look to the future of transportation.
Despite strong economic headwinds from global shutdowns in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, some funding and merger activity continued in April 2020, particularly in healthcare, transportation, and manufacturing.
As the COVID-19 pandemic slowed global manufacturing and trade, investments in robots, drones, and self-driving cars continued in March 2020, with both more shutdowns and an eventual recovery to come.
Field robots, industrial automation, self-driving vehicles, and healthcare systems received funding in February 2020.
In January 2020, robotics investments and mergers and acquisitions showed continued strength across applications, even as economic challenges affected manufacturing and food service robots.
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Wrapping up recent funding announcements in the robotics and artificial intelligence space.
In which we cast out our net to find the latest robotics, AI and automation investments over recent weeks.
Robotics companies in food, industrial inspection, agriculture and healthcare all score funding in recent weeks.
Slow week features transactions in robotics and military unmanned systems spending.
This week’s attempt to catch up on recent transactions in the robotics and AI space include investments in diagnostics, automotive, and some robotics acquisitions.
Investments reach several touchpoints in the auto industry, from sensors to lidar to AI for car dealerships.
Investors opened their wallets to help further development of robotics systems, mobile mapping technology, and industrial 3D printing platforms.
Big medical mergers and funding in healthcare spotlight the week of robotics transactions in recent weeks.
Few themes emerge with investments; are people waiting for spring to begin?
It’s been a relatively quiet period for investments in the robotics and AI space, yet companies still receive funding in the usual markets – including AI chips and unmanned systems.
Investors were in the mood for love this week, as we saw mergers and large investments for self-driving vehicle companies and medical robotics companies, among other transactions.
From cars to trucks, self-driving developers are earning investors’ attention in recent weeks.
Funding includes money for drone companies, smart building software makers, and AI services.