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.
Robotics industry experts to address critical robotics business development issues through integrated series of online presentations, follow-on Q&A, and continuing media coverage and analysis.
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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Startup Bootcamp speakers discuss funding options, how to deal with customers, and legal issues during half-day workshop.
Pitchfire 2018 winner improves software, meets investors, and wins other challenges.
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Former Kiva and Amazon executive to help drive growth for microlocation company.
In which we cast out our net to find the latest robotics, AI and automation investments over recent weeks.
Humans, not algorithms, need to fire up creative thinking around your new robotics startup.
Nominations now open for robotics startups to pitch to investors, robotics industry.
Pitch competition and investor summit highlight Pittsburgh robotics community.
Robotics companies in food, industrial inspection, agriculture and healthcare all score funding in recent weeks.
Companies look for entrepreneurs to solve specific energy problems with innovative pitches.
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.
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.
University and startup teams will share $300,000 to develop robotics solutions with wireless components.
Funding includes money for drone companies, smart building software makers, and AI services.
Military spending, AI investments and last-mile food delivery robots highlight recent funding announcements.
Funding remains strong for robot companies, AI firms and autonomous vehicle technologies.
Components makers and software support firms score funding in recent weeks.
Logistics robotics, surgical robots and autonomous vehicle developers all score big in a post-Thanksgiving funding spree.
Second investment spurs growth for agricultural automation and robotics operation; Robotics Plus eyes U.S. subsidiary.
Startup challenges to address 5G concepts and autonomous drone detection and sensors.
This week in robot funding saw lots of money flowing to AI firms, autonomous systems developers, and robotics countries around the world.