The global robotics market is valued at around 68 billion USD in 2021. The market is predicted to grow with +22% CAGR during the coming years. The key of market drivers consists of the growth in the adoption of the industrial robotics and the development of artificial intelligence technology.
Statzon listed among the top 15 hottest early stage robotics startups in the Nordic countries. Early stage companies are pre-seed and seed stage startups.
Turbotic is a robotics process automation (RPA) company specialising automating and processes tasks with artificial intelligent, software bots and algorithms.
2. Radiobotics (Denmark)
Radiobotics is challenging the status quo of musculoskeletal radiology, increasing throughput by automating routine tasks, whilst improving diagnostic quality.
3. Furhat Robotics (Sweden)
Furhat Robotics is a social robotics startup. Furhat is a social robot with human-like expressions and advanced conversational artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. It is the most advanced social robotics platform globally.
4. Robotto (Denmark)
Robotto integrates drones with their unique technology combining artificial intelligence with edge-computing for a variety of use-cases.
5. Seasony (Denmark)
Seasony provides solutions for fully autonomous vertical farming. The company’s goal is to make the future of farming profitable, scaleable, and sustainable by reducing vertical farmers’ and greenhouse operators’ labor costs and improving their businesses.
6. Reshape Biotech (Denmark)
Reshape Biotech is developing accessible automation solutions to allow researchers and engineers to spend their time more efficiently. The company’s laboratory robots automate everyday tasks of microbiologists.
7. Shape Robotics (Denmark)
Shape Robotics developed Fable the Robot which is a robot created for education and telepresence. The company is focusing on easy to build, modularity, and hands-on learning that will get students engaged, learning and having fun.
8. Tengai (Sweden)
Tengai is a HR tech startup combining AI and an unbiased recruitment methodology in the world’s first interview robot, Tengai. The social robot is enhancing candidates’ experience, freeing up time and helping recruiters and hiring managers in making objective hiring decisions.
9. Tendo (Denmark)
10. United Robots i Sverige AB (Sweden)
United Robots is the world’s leading automated content service provider. The company’s unique Content-as-a-Service product is based on data science, AI and NLG (Natural Language Generation).
11. Aivero (Norway)
Aivero offers an AI robotics service that simplifies 3D machine vision-based automation.
12. Nordluft Automation (Sweden)
Norluft Automation’s products enable efficient drone logistics for heavy payloads at a fraction of the time, cost and energy of any other method. The company’s mission is to use drones together with automation technology in order to enable efficient and sustainable material handling in forestry and agriculture.
13. Elias Robot/Curious Technologies (Finland)
Curious Technologies Ltd is a Finnish edtech company, which develops voice user interface (VUI) applications for educational use. Their Elias Robot is a language learning solution where students are able to listen and speak with the robot in real-time.
14. Finnadvance (Finland)
Finnadvance is a microtechnology and 3D biology solution company. Their robotics sector provides aerial imaging and analysis services for forest, agriculture and other assets and stockpile management.
15. Arctic Robotics (Finland)
Arctic Robotics provides fully autonomous indoor flying drones for all kind of business needs.