2023 Top 20 Hottest Robotics Startups in Germany

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According to Market Research Future, the  German robotics market will reach a total turnover of 5.8 billion USD in 2023 and is estimated to reach 16.7 billion USD by 2027. The robust demand for robotics and automation by leading German companies, coupled with the country's well-established market, has led to the emergence of several promising startups in the fields of robotics and automation.

To help you stay updated of the noteworthy players in the industry, we have curated a list of the top 20 robotics startups in Germany in 2023.

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RobCo is based in Munich, and is a provider of modular robot kit that can be easily assembled, reassembled and configured for different tasks directly on the production site. The company's user-friendly software offers robust robotic solutions to anyone, and its full robotics service is readily available. RobCo completed a Series A funding round in December 2022, raising 14 million USD, positioning the company for further growth and expansion.


Toposens, a Munich-based startup, announced the release of its first industrial 3D collision avoidance system for mobile robots. This system is based on its unique 3D ultrasonic echolocation technology, which allows the company to provide high-quality and low-cost 3D ultrasonic sensors technology for use in robotics, autonomous vehicles and smart buildings. The company raised 1.6 million USD in funding in March 2022.

WAKU Robotics

WAKU Robotics is a Berlin-based company that leverages AI to provide robotics solutions for logistics and manufacturing. Its software enables users to find, compare, and procure via their market space "Lots of Bots", allowing users to design the robots they want side-by-side with the support of WAKU Robotics’s expert team. The company completed a seed funding round in August 2022, raising 1.6 million USD.

Evitado Technologies

Evitado is working towards the future of aviation by automating airside operations. By implementing their product solution, the risk of collisions is reduced, and safety and efficiency are increased. Additionally, their technology offers real-time data that can be used to optimize operations. The last funding round for the company was a pre-seed round in February 2022.

Micropsi Industries

Micropsi Industries is a company that specializes in developing software for robots. Its flagship product, MIRAI, empowers industrial robots to handle variations in production. These robots are equipped with cameras and sensors, allowing them to respond in real-time to changes in the workspace. In February 2022, the company successfully completed its Series B funding round.


Staex specializes in creating fully peer-to-peer products that operate on resource-constrained devices such as industrial IoT and robots. Their solutions are tailored to provide efficient and effective performance on devices with limited resources. The company completed a pre-seed funding round in April 2022.


GoodBytz offers a versatile solution for efficient food preparation with their robotic kitchen, which can handle up to 72 different base ingredients and sauces in a single robot configuration. In March 2022, the company raised 2.7 million USD in seed funding to support their innovation.

Sphaira Medical

Sphaira has developed a Mobile Protective Pod that facilitates meaningful face-to-face interaction for individuals who are experiencing medical isolation. The pod is designed to provide a safe and secure environment while allowing for socialization. The company successfully raised 2.2 million USD in a seed funding round in September 2022 to further develop and market their innovative product.

NEURA Robotics

NEURA Robotics, which was founded in 2019, specializes in the development of cognitive robots for industrial applications. The company's most recent funding was acquired through a Series C round in June 2021.


Daedalus specializes in creating reconfigurable production capacity that is designed and assembled entirely by robot machinists, from the initial CAD design all the way to the finished parts. Their ultimate goal is to achieve precision, reliability, and speed in manufacturing. In November 2021, the company raised an impressive 11.5 million USD in seed funding to further develop their innovative approach to production.


Aitme, a Berlin-based company, provides a comprehensive all-in-one system featuring a robotic kitchen. With their fully automated robotic kitchen solution, Aitme was able to secure 9 million USD in funding in June 2021. 


Enway is a Berlin-based company founded in 2017 that specializes in building automated city services, including street sweeping and waste collection. They maximise the use of AI robotics and autonomous vehicles to produce one of the finest city’s street sweeping and waste collection services. 


Artisense is a frontier-tech company that provides leading 3D-vision technology. Their technology enables vehicles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to navigate independently without the need for GPS, through their Visual Inertial Positioning Systems (VINS).


Transolt is a robotics company that specializes in warehouse automation and Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV). By offering auto-piloted AGVs, Transolt enables companies to save costs and increase the efficiency of order picking.

Energy Robotics

Energy Robotics has developed a software platform for industrial robotics inspection to make hazardous inspection tasks easier and to relieve humans from repetitive inspection tasks. The robots are used for remote inspection and monitoring of harsh and dangerous industrial environments such as those in the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries.

NODE Robotics 

NODE Robotics is a Stuttgart based company and they offer plug&play software for intralogistics and provide the use of AMRs in industrial environments. 


Skycharge is a frontier-tech company that provides drone charging infrastructure to support UAV programs across different markets. The company's clients include NASA, enterprises, and government entities.


Airteam Aerial Intelligence offers AI-based software that can transform images captured by drones into precise 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and building information modeling (BIM) models. Airteam customers can either use their own drones or rely on Airteam's global network of drone pilots.

Swarm Logistics 

Swarm Logistics specializes in providing systems that fully automate the coordination and orchestration of diverse fleets, including trucks, cars, buses, autonomous vehicles, AGV and delivery robots.


Bearcover is a Berlin-based startup that provides a robot assistant designed to support nighttime staff in nursing homes. The robot checks on residents every 15-20 minutes and caregivers can easily operate it using the accompanying app without requiring special training.


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