Robots Rake in Cash - An Analysis of the Recent $1.25 Billion Funding Spree in Automation Companies

Venture capitalists have long been hesitant to invest in high capital cost companies like those building robotic systems. Recently the tides have turned and funding into robotics focused start-ups had tripled over the last three years to reach $1.25 billion in 2015. This report examines the funding ...

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