The startup Fuzzy Logic Robotics, incubated at Agoranov in 2019, announces a €2.5M fundraising round alongside 42CAP and Karista, two European DeepTech funds.
The Franco-American startup Fuzzy Logic, incubated at Agoranov in 2019, announces a €2.5M round of funding alongside two European DeepTech funds: 42CAP, a Munich-based German fund specializing in industry, and Karista (via the Paris Region Venture Fund), a French venture capital fund.
Fuzzy Logic Robotics develops an all-in-one software platform that greatly simplifies each step of robotization, from the design of robotic cells to daily reprogramming on the factory floor by operators.
"We help manufacturers gain competitiveness and autonomy by putting robots at their service - not the other way around. This round of financing will allow us to strengthen our R&D teams and deploy our vision of easy and flexible robotics to ambassador customers in Europe..." - said Ryan Lober and Antoine Hoarau, co-founders of Fuzzy Logic Robotics.
Congratulations to the team and we wish you good luck for the future!