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Keybotic - the innovative solution for industrial maintenance and inspection checks

by: Startacus Admin ~ 18th June 2023
Robots-as-a-Service; Barcelona-based startup Keybotic develops an autonomous robot dog that can carry out industrial maintenance and inspection checks. Dogs are great. They keep you company, make you feel better, fit in small spaces to search for survivors of disasters, and make us smile. Robots are also great, and we’ll be happy to one day serve them in return for sparing our lives. So w...
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Bioliberty secures £2.2M to fund soft robotic glove

by: Startacus Admin ~ 4th April 2023
Archangels leads a £2.2m funding round for Bioliberty to support development of its innovative robotic glove that can help to restore upper limb mobility in stroke patients. Scottish technology firm Bioliberty has secured £2.2 million in funding to develop a unique soft robotic glove which can restore upper limb mobility in patients following a stroke. The funding round was led by ...
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BotsAndUs - the robotics and AI solution for warehouse operations.

by: Startacus Admin ~ 6th July 2022
The lowdown on London-based startup BotsAndUs and its autonomous robots that can measure, track and find goods without workflow disruption. The future is robotic. We’ve all known for a long time that, eventually, robots would take over the basic tasks that we don’t want to do, or that take time away from our main priorities. Eventually, they will perform all of the jobs that we don&...
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Innovative supply chain solutions sought for cohort 4 of Wincanton’s W2 Labs

by: Startacus Admin ~ 23rd March 2022
Wincanton's W2 Labs opens call for start-ups/ scale-ups or product developers that have the potential to bring fresh, next generation thinking to the supply chain. Leading British supply chain solutions company, Wincanton has just opened a call for innovative technologies and solutions for the fourth edition of W2 Labs, an innovation lab aimed at discovering emerging ideas and tackling some of ...
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Ameca - the future face of robotics

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st February 2022
The lowdown on Ameca, a humanoid robot platform for robot–human interaction created by Cornwall-based robotics startup Engineered Arts. Robots. They’re out there. They can’t be bargained with, they can’t be reasoned with, they don't feel pity or remorse or fear, and they absolutely will not stop. Which is nice, because it means they can one day do the jobs we don’t...
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Cyberselves - teleporting humans into robots

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd December 2021
The lowdown on Cyberselves, the Sheffield-based startup that enables users to see, hear and feel through a robotic surrogate anywhere in the world. The singularity is, among other things, when humans transcend our biological limits, merging with machines to defy our natural abilities, illnesses, and lifetimes to become something else!  Granted, controlling a machine from a distance probab...
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French startup Cala Announces €5.5M Seed Round

by: Startacus Admin ~ 6th October 2021
Cala's mission to innovate the catering sector continues as it secures funding boost to support expansion of its fully autonomous restaurant chain Exciting times ahead in the catering sector with the news that Cala, a company using advanced robotics to make high-quality meals accessible to everybody, has secured a €5.5M Seed investment. Cala was founded in 2017 by engineering students wh...
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Karakuri - robot revolution in the kitchen

by: Startacus Admin ~ 25th February 2021
Karakuri is a London-based startup that's using robotics to create innovative solutions for the catering sector The future is now! Well, the future of having breakfast and lunch made for you, anyway.  Have you ever wished that you could order your food without the hassle of having to tell someone what you want with your mouth and having them bring it to you? Have you ever looked at the pe...
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Provizio - the startup using AI to reduce road accidents

by: Startacus Admin ~ 30th November 2020
The Limerick-based startup that can perceive, predict and prevent automotive accidents in real-time using proprietary long range imaging sensors & AI on-the-edge Every year, there are around 1.35 million deaths on the road worldwide, and more than 50 million people worldwide are permanently harmed by road accidents. The (always less important) cost to the global economy as a result of all t...
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30% of the UK's jobs at risk of automation

by: Startacus Admin ~ 15th January 2020
The Countries at Risk From Automation! According to new research by, at 82%, the UK takes fourth place in the list of European countries being most ready for automation and robotics, whilst 30% of the UK population’s jobs are at risk of automation. The research also offers insight into the amount of global revenue automation is set to generate in the next thr...
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