5 Top Robotics Companies Changing Our World: Part 2

This is the second in the series brought to you by the Deep Tech Insider about state-of-the-art robotics companies. If you missed the first part, click here to read it.

1. Evodyne Robotics

Evodyne Robotics has a simple mission — a robot in every home. Evodyne’s team brings together roboticists and engineers in advanced computer vision, consumer robot design, agricultural robots, autonomous wheelchairs, CNC machines.

The company’s showcase product is the EvoArm, a programmable robotic arm with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and a camera.

Based in Mountain View, California, Evodyne Robotics was founded in 2017 by Raghav Gupta and Amy Ren.

2. Bloomfield Robotics

A Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania startup, Bloomfield Robotics was founded in 2019 by George Kantor, Harjatin Baweja, Mark DeSantis, and Tim Mueller-Sim.

Crop cultivation demands accurate, precise and consistent inspection in the field and elsewhere. While some crops need an occasional inspection, others, like cannabis and grapes, require more frequent and closer inspection. Bloomfield applies AI and deep learning to complement the work of the crop inspectors by identifying and assessing the same plant characteristics and anomalies that human visual inspection looks for and assesses now.

To date, Bloomfield Robotics has raised a total of $5.7 million in funding over ten rounds, in a combination of Grants and Convertible Notes. Its latest funding was $1.8-million Seed Round in December 2021 led by KUBOTA Corporation.

3. Plus One Robotics

Plus One Robotics supports the mission of ‘always-on’ logistics. It mitigates the persistent shortage of manual labour and allows your personnel to flow from monotonous tasks to higher-value work.

Through the implementation of high-performance manipulators with advanced vision capabilities, Plus One robotics bridges the gap between steady-state volume and surge.

Plus One’s novel approach to human/robot collaboration and Supervised Autonomy ensures the systems are scalable, flexible and fault-tolerant.

Founded in 2016 by Erik Nieves, Shaun Edwards and Paul Hvass and headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, Plus One Robotics has raised a total of $43.6 million in funding over three rounds. Its latest funding, a $33-million Series B round, was led by McRock Capital and Translink Capital.

4. MARSES Robotics Solutions

Founded in Cairo, Egypt, MARSES Robotic Solutions was founded in 2015 and is a leading robotic company in the MENA Region. It works in designing, manufacturing, programming and integrating full robotic solutions. MARSES’ solutions focus on industry, hospitality and healthcare.

5. Target Robotics Group

Target Robotics Group is a Mexican company founded in 2001 with expertise in automated systems integrated with robots.

It is a leading provider in Mexico in the delivery of turnkey solutions from design engineering and simulation all the way through to installation, startup and project management designed by experienced engineers in programming, installation, supervision, PLC and SCADA systems.