Category: Startups

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The 2021 Perception Sensor Industry Map

75 Companies Powering Vision-Enabled Platforms Courtesy of Tangram Vision Over the past decade, the perception industry has exploded with new companies, new technologies, and the deployments of millions of sensors in industries ranging from the traditional (automobiles) to the cutting-edge (space travel). While incumbents have locked up majority market shares in some segments, other segments […]

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Roam Robotics Announces Ascend Smart Knee, Pioneering a New Era of Human Mobility

Ascend leverages robotics and proprietary algorithms to regain mobility and dramatically improve daily life for those experiencing knee pain SAN FRANCISCO April 28, 2021 — Roam Robotics, the company expanding human mobility with wearable robotics, announced today that Ascend, a first-of-its-kind smart knee orthosis that helps wearers reduce knee pain and improve mobility, is available […]

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Eight lessons for robotics startups from NRI PI workshop

Research is all about being the first, but commercialization is all about repeatability, not just many times but every single time. This was one of the key takeaways from the Transitioning Research From Academia to Industry panel during the National Robotics Initiative Foundational Research in Robotics PI Meeting on March 10 2021. I had the […]

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Let’s talk about the future of Air cargo.

You invest in the future you want to live in. I want to invest my time in the future of rapid logistics. Three years ago I set out on a journey to build a future where one-day delivery is available anywhere in the world by commercializing high precision, low-cost automated airdrops. In the beginning, the […]

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SLAMcore raises $5 million to meet growing demand for robotics

London, 17 JUNE 2020: SLAMcore,a UK company developing spatial AI algorithms for robots and drones,has secured$5million in a funding round led by Octopus Ventures and MMC Ventures, with participation from Amadeus Capital Partners and Toyota AI Ventures. The funding will allow SLAMcore to meet the increasing demand of the robotics market, which has seen demand skyrocket due to COVID-19. […]

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Venture Deals Study Group

We’re hosting a STUDY GROUP for robotics/hardware and frontier tech startups who are working through the free “Venture Deals” course from Kauffman Fellows and TechStars, with instructors Brad Feld and Jason Mendelson. Gain additional mentorship and guidance through Silicon Valley Robotics and Circuit Launch accelerator. Free for Silicon Valley Robotics or Circuit Launch members. Sign […]

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SLAMcore a finalist in Embedded Vision Summit showcase

SLAMcore debuts full-stack spatial AI SDK in industry competition The three most challenging questions in autonomous robotics are: where am I? how far away are the objects around me? and, what are those objects? The vast majority of robot failures stem from an inability to answer these basic questions. As a result, developers and designers […]

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2019 Robot Launch startup competition is open!

It’s time for Robot Launch 2019 Global Startup Competition! Applications are now open until September 22nd 6pm PDT. Finalists may receive up to $500k in investment offers, plus space at top accelerators and mentorship at Silicon Valley Robotics co-work space. Winners in previous years include a some high profile robotics startups and acquisitions: 2018: Anybotics […]

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A History of ROS (Robot Operating System)

BY RICARDO TELLEZ /  TUESDAY, 09 JULY 2019 /  PUBLISHED IN ROS Go to TheConstructSim.com for the ROS Ignite Academy and ROS course list! ROS (Robot Operating System) is now very popular among roboticists. Researchers, hobbyists, and even robotics companies are using it, promoting it and supporting it. However, not always was like that. Do you know ROS history? In the early […]

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Exoskeleton Pioneers Develop Lightweight Skiing Device To Balance Weight and Power SAN FRANCISCO, CA – MARCH 28, 2018 – Roam Robotics today announced the imminent availability of their first product, a mobile exoskeleton that will help to improve endurance, safety, and experience for skiers and snowboarders. The device will target the sixteen million U.S. adults currently engaged in snow […]

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