Sevensense raises $7.7M Collection A, led by ABB


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Sevensense Robotics raised a Collection A funding of $7.7 million, led by ABB Expertise Ventures. The financing is predicted to shut by the tip of November 2021.

Sevensense Robotics was based in 2018 as a spin-off from ETH Zurich and acquired early assist from Wyss Zurich. Headquartered in Zurich, Sevensense employs 25 folks and provides industry-grade 3D Visible SLAM localization and navigation options for every kind of autonomous robots, from forklifts to skilled cleansing machines.

“We now have demonstrated that our expertise is mature and able to be deployed at scale in industrial settings. In the present day we set a basic milestone on the trail that leads Sevensense nearer to reaching its imaginative and prescient: enabling cellular robots to be operated all over the place, by anybody!” acknowledged Gregory Hitz, CEO of Sevensense Robotics.

The corporate presently OEMs its navigation software program to a number of cellular robotics companions, together with Wetrok AG, Safelog and Rapyuta Robotics. ABB can also be one among its clients. ABB is putting in Sevensense’s software program and {hardware} into its AMRs, and start pilot buyer tasks in 2022. ABB is greatest recognized for its industrial and collaborative robotic arms, however in July 2021 it started to enterprise into AMRs with the acquisition of ASTI Cellular Robotics for $190 million.