Botsync, a Singapore-based manufacturer of heavy-duty, intelligent, industrial autonomous mobile robotic (AMR) solutions, has successfully raised $3.2 million in its most recent pre-Series A funding round to date.
The funds will be used to scale the company’s automation solutions offering and support growing demand for automation in existing factories and warehouses.
Notable investors in this round include Wong Fong Engineering, Seeds Capital, Angel Central, VentureCatalysts, Amit Pachisia, ZB Capital, Iterative, Locus Ventures, Funderbeam, Nalin Advani and Roger Crook with Wong Fong Engineering and Seeds Capital as returning investors.
“This funding is a testament to our investors’ confidence in our mission to provide adaptive and accessible autonomous mobile robotic solutions. We’re excited to expand our teams in Singapore and India, scale our commercialization strategy and enhance the capabilities of our AMRs to enhance the product experience for our customers,” said Rahul Nambiar, CEO and co-founder of Botsync.
MAG AMR is Botsync’s flagship product and a key part of their automation solution. It will be deployed more actively across Asia over the next two years, with a focus on Singapore, Malaysia and India.
“One of the key benefits we offer is the efficiency of using our automation solutions. With MAG AMRs and our software platform syncOS, the solution can be deployed to existing sites in days instead of months. This deep learning-based mapping approach is more cost-effective and reduces the overall deployment time for companies to automate their goods movement and/or production processes,” said Rahul.
Powered by a deep learning engine, Botsync’s in-house MAG AMRs (autonomous mobile robots) are designed to be easily deployed to existing manufacturing and warehouse locations by creating a one-time map of the operations location.
Using the base map and multiple onboard sensors, MAG AMR can autonomously navigate across the deployment site to transfer loads of up to 1500 kg while complying with international safety standards for autonomous vehicles.
The MAG is available in two variants, MAG300 and MAG1000, its modular architecture of MAG AMRs allows it to easily adapt to different types of load requirements in different industrial operations.
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