More interesting things in robotics in 2022!

By Andra Keay

Supporting innovation and commercialization of robotics technologies in Silicon Valley - regular free news and an indepth weekly just for SVR companies, supporters and subscribers.

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Robotics funding reaches new highs in 2022!

Robotics funding had a problem at the start of the pandemic, when many companies failed to make their runway stretch over a period of investor malaise. Sadly this resulted in many companies in very early stage (and a couple of much larger ones) going out of b…

 
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News from Automate 2022 and more

Just a short news round up this week. Where tech startups are suffering in the investment downtown, robotics startups that historically have always had a tougher time are doing quite nicely thank you.

 
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More interesting things in robotics in 2022! - Issue #66

Some extra fun(d) news. Later this week I'll do a funding recap for April and May.Ally Robotics is crowdsourcing their new robot arm - as deployed by Miso Robotics' Flippy! *this is not a 'kickstarter' type of crowdfunding but a $5m raise, where you invest &g…

 
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Bots&Beer in person on Wednesday! Plus SO much news I nearly broke the newsletter

So much news! So little time :( I'm going to send another newsletter this week just to catch up! Where's Andra?If I'm not at SVR's HQ at Circuit Launch in Oakland then I'm attending...TC Sessions: Mobility May 18 San MateoICRA 2022 May 22 - 28 PennsylvaniaARS…

 
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OK - this is the 'extra crunch' edition :)

Here's part of an Interview with Florian Reuter, CEO of Volocopter done by Azeem Azhar of Exponential View

 
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More interesting things in robotics in 2022! - Issue #63

Whelp. I'm sure glad I've had 'mild' Covid and I should be back to work on Monday. I enjoyed meeting folks in Florida and Pittsburgh for the Advanced Manufacturing Technologies MFG Summit (where we announced some big news) and for the Cascadia Bank & Pitt…

 
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More interesting things in robotics in 2022!

So much news and insights this week that I'll save the funding figures for the next email. I want to graph the increases for you too.

 
#61・

AgRobotics, Insights from Investors, Job Opportunities and much more...

So many things happening! We had a great in person Robot Block Party at Circuit Launch to celebrate National Robotics Week. If you missed it, then never fear! We'll be doing it again in the second half of the year. https://svrobo.org/robot-block-partyNext new…

 
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More interesting things in robotics in 2022!

After editing out the robotics process automation and other junk, there were 61 robotics funding events in February this year equalling $3.1 Billion USD. $1.3 Billion of that comes from GE buying SoftBank out of Cruise, but there are also quite a few 9 figure…

 
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Corvus Robotics Open House, Robot Block Party & Job Fair and Ukraine response

Good News:The Robot Block Party is back on April 2 - celebrating National Robotics Week at Circuit Launch in Oakland. Free booths for makers and artists, or students. It's also a Job Fair!Bad News:It's been a bad couple of weeks for a lot of roboticists and e…

 
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More interesting things in robotics in 2022!

After editing out the non-robotics and non-events in the database, there were 62 funding events in January this year, including a lot of familiar names like Formant and Formic, Starship, Wayve, Vecna, Fotokite, May Mobility, Wandelbots and Labrador Systems. I…

 
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Would you like to win an OAK-D-Lite?

Celebrate National Robotics Week with us at our famous Robot Block Party on April 2 10-4pm at Circuit Launch Oakland, with robot showcases, robot car races, Brazilian BBQ and Job Fair. Weather permitting we'll be both indoor and outdoor. it's going to be the …

 
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More interesting things in robotics in 2022! - Issue #56

Next issue I'll recap the most recent fundings in robotics. Investment is going to be going gangbusters and I expect to see it in all aspects of logistics, construction, manufacturing, mobility, and never ignore surgical robotics, an early investment leader w…

 
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What would you do to fix robotics?

Here are some Silicon Valley Robotics events coming up:Women in Robotics Coffee and Hike Oakland Hills Feb 20 9amOnline Robotics Job Fair Feb 22 7pmOnline Bots&Beer March 2 7pmIn Person Robot Block Party and Job Fair April 2 10am-4pmIn Person Bots & B…

 
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#54・

More interesting things in robotics!

What can I say? So much signal and yet still so much noise.

 
#53・

Electronic design made super simple and other events/opportunities

Tomorrow we're having a demo of a brand new electronics design tool from Circuit Mind at 4pm at Circuit Launch. And next week it'sBots&Beverages Online! And by February I should have the 2022 calendar ready to share with you :) You can already pencil in t…

 
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More information about global investment trends in 2021

There are some great Stanford L.A.S.E.R. talks coming up!More details at www.lasertalks.comAll times are California times.All on Zoom.-----------------January 19 @ 6pm:• Josh Bongard (University of Vermont) on evolutionary robotics and evolutionary computatio…

 
#51・

Where are we going in 2022?

Here be dragons! Map the unknowns of product development $5 Thu Feb 3, 12:00 - 2:00 PM @ Circuit Launch Orbis Analysis Discovery Class Product development is an adventure into the wilderness. You are forging a path no one has followed before toward a vision t…

 
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More information about funding robotics in 2021

Will I see you at CES or NRF this month? I am one of the dwindling numbers of people still planning on attending in person, as I hope to meet another new generation of robotics startups. I am also looking for IEEE Committee Members to join me in either the Ro…

 
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What happened in robotics in 2021?

According to Crunchbase, 26 robotics startups were founded and funded in 2021. Many others were founded but not funded, or funded but not founded. :)AION ProstheticsElectronics, Manufacturing, Medical Device, RoboticsAION Prosthetics develops a prosthetic sys…