COVID-19 Will Upend the Robotics Market, but not Necessarily for the Worse

by Rian Whitton | 2Q 2020 | IN-5777
The year 2019 was an unprecedented year of strength for the robotics investment landscape. Both venture and corporate entities ploughed money into autonomous systems, with a concentration of funds going to Autonomous Passenger Vehicles (APVs), surgical robots, and robots for warehousing and logistics. While US$28 billion was invested over 320 separate rounds, corporations also acquired robotics companies at an accelerating rate, with 77 deals making US$17 billion for the year.

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