German-based AI robotics startup Neura Robotics has secured an additional $16 million in funding from American firm InterAlpen Partners. The firm raised $55 million in a funding round in the summer to help with expansion to US and Japan.
This fresh capital will secure the sensory robot's ticket to the States. A combination of robotics and AI, the Neura robots can fully perceive their environment and people with the ability to see, hear and have a sense of touch they can be used in the service sector or household.
“Having an American investor on board creates the perfect conditions for our U.S. market launch in 2024,” says Neura Robotics founder and CEO David Reger.
“Neura Robotics represents one of the most compelling companies we’ve seen in our careers,” says InterAlpen founder and Managing Partner Stephen George. “Their mission of empowering humanity with robotics is highly aligned with InterAlpen’s sustainable impact mission. We believe that the amazing products and partnerships that the team have created will power Neura to become a global industry leader in the rising field of collaborative robotics.”
Lead image: via Neura Robotics. Photo: Uncredoted.