5 Top Robotics Companies Changing Our World: Part 6

It’s that time of the day again for another offering on robotics companies revolutionizing business practices and our lives powered by the Deep Tech Insider. Part six is up now. Here’s the link to the first part in case you missed it.

1. inVia Robotics

inVia Robotics is a Westlake Village, California-based technology company founded in 2015 by Lior Elazary and Randolph Voorhies that provides the next generation of robotics warehouse automation solutions for e-commerce distribution centers and supply chains.

As the developer of the world’s first “Robots-as-a-Service” autonomous mobile robot picking and goods-to-person system, inVia is powering the future of warehouse productivity without disrupting the ecosystem of a business’s operations.

inVia Robotics has raised a respectable $59 million in funding over four rounds.

2. Fox Robotics

Fox Robotics is a mid-stage startup working on warehouse automation. Its automated forklifts have the most advanced technology in the industry and are the only equipment capable of more complicated tasks such as trailer unloading.

Based in Austin, Texas, Fox Robotics was founded in 2018 by Charles DuHadway and has raised a total of $13.2 million in funding over three rounds.

3. Aeolus Robotics

Aeolus Robotics was founded in 2016 by Alexander Huang. A fast-growing robotics company, Aeolus deploys robotic services in a broad range of industries. Its advanced robotic capabilities are already commercialized for hospitals, hotels and eldercare facilities, and it is currently providing intelligent robot services in Japan and will soon expand to Europe and the US.

With headquarters in San Jose, California, Aeolus Robotics has raised a total of $30 million in funding over three rounds.

4. Softbank Robotics Europe

Leader in humanoid robotics, SoftBank Robotics Europe is headquartered in Paris and regroups around 180 employees. Creator of the robots NAO, Pepper and Romeo used today in more than 70 countries worldwide in various fields, such as research, education, retail, healthcare, tourism, hospitality and entertainment, SoftBank Robotics Europe is a subsidiary of SoftBank Robotics Holdings Corp.

5. HAI ROBOTICS

Based in China’s preeminent tech city of Shenzhen, HAI ROBOTICS creates and delivers value to every warehouse and factory with advanced robotics and AI algorithms. The company provides efficient, intelligent, flexible and customizable automation solutions to optimize warehousing operations.

Dedicated to R&D in autonomous case-handling robotic (ACR) systems, HAI ROBOTICS possesses a number of patents. As pioneers in ACR, HAI ROBOTICS successfully launched the first ACR system HAIPICK in 2015. The company has been perfecting its products continuously with its expanding customer portfolio ever since. With HAIPICK, warehouse automation can be deployed within one week. HAIPICK has increased warehouse operation efficiency by 3–4 times, and storage density by 80%-130% for clients including DHL Supply Chain, BEST Supply Chain and Phillips etc.

Founded in 2016 by Richie Chen, Shengdong Xu and Bing Fang, HAI ROBOTICS has raised an incredible $215 million in funding over five rounds.