TOKYO — Seven Dreamers Laboratories Inc., a startup specializing in the development in artificial intelligence, robotics, and healthcare devices, announced yesterday that it has raised $60 million through third-party allotment, a technology development alliance, and a marketing alliance. Panasonic Corp., Daiwa House Industry Co., and SBI Investment Co. (a subsidiary of SBI Holdings Inc.) led the investment.
Seven Dreamers said in a press release that it is “a group of technologists creating what the world has never seen” and that it’s “developing and marketing products that are the first in the world.”
Laundroid, “the world’s first fully automatic laundry-folding robot … combines AI, robotics, and image-analysis technologies,” said the company, which added that it “is in the final stages of commercialization and [is] slated for release in 2017.”
“Nastent is the world’s first disposal nasal insertion snoring and sleep apnea treatment device helping patients get a better sleep,” according to Seven Dreamers.
The company said its golf club business “uses proprietary aerospace quality design and manufacturing methods to provide fully made-to-order golf shafts designed specifically for each player.”
In January 2017, Seven Dreamers will be exhibiting Laundroid in the Robotics Marketplace at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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