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Six months worth of funding deals thus far in 2016 indicate that investments in robotics - equity fundings, and acquisitions - are accelerating, particularly in big deals involving Chinese money.
Industrial robots used to be dumb, somewhat inflexible, and mostly blind - but also fast, precise and very efficient. As the cost of components, sensors and vision systems has been dropping, vision-enabled robots are becoming more prevalent and capable, and the industry is dramatically changing.
The ability to spot major growth trends ahead of the tide is critical for successful investing, yet oftentimes the potential is missed. Those who recognize the growth potential of a soon to be $3 trillion market are now researching how to invest in robotics & automation.
Earlier this week I attended the opening day of INNOROBO in Paris, France. This three-day event focused on A human approach to robotics technologies and was again well attended by the major industry players as well as many interesting start-ups. Many of the industry pure play and bellwether names...
In a world where futuristic developments roll out on the regular, ROBO Global takes the time to find the need to know robotics news - so you don't have to. Here are the highlights from the week of May 14-20 in the world of robotics and automation:
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