CynLr launches Cybernetics HIVE, a research hub for vision, intelligence, and robotics

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CynLr launches Cybernetics HIVE, a research hub for vision, intelligence, and robotics
CynLr launches Cybernetics HIVE, a research hub for vision, intelligence, and robotics

The startup firm CynLr has raised pre-Series A funding of about $4.5 million in 2022, led by Speciale Invest and growX Ventures, with a total funding of $5.25 million to date

CynLr, a robotics deep-tech startup building vision and intelligence for industrial robotics and autonomous navigation, launched a new research facility Cybernetics HIVE in Whitefield, Bengaluru.

The R&D hub spreads across 13,000-sq.ft. research space, equipped to accommodate 16 robot research cells, 25 robots, cutting-edge electronics, camera, and vision laboratory, and infrastructure to train and host 50+ research and development engineers.

The hub will help industries reimagine long-unsolved challenges in automating manual tasks through versatile robots equipped to sense motion and feel objects, enabling them to manipulate objects in their environment effectively. It will essentially help enhance object handling while lowering the overall time of deployment of robots by over 70% and cost by over 30%.

The startup firm CynLr has raised pre-Series A funding of about $4.5 million in 2022, led by Speciale Invest and growX Ventures, with a total funding of $5.25 million to date, as per reported by YourStory.

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