Rapyuta Robotics announces beta version of expandable drone solution built on its hardware-agnostic rapyuta.io cloud robotics platform

November 15, 2017

Distributor agreement with SoftBank Commerce & Service, plus development partnerships with SECOM, Nihon Unisys, NSW, and Kyoto Prefecture

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Rapyuta Robotics selected for SoftBank Innovation Program

April 7, 2017

SoftBank Innovation Program (SIP) to fund and facilitate prototyping and market testing for Rapyuta Robotics’ new cloud-based drone service

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Rapyuta Robotics receives JPY 1,000M (USD $10M) in Series A led by SBI Investments

September 5, 2016

Tokyo, Japan - Cloud robotics company Rapyuta Robotics has just announced $10 million USD* in Series A funding led by SBI investments Co. Ltd., one of Japan’s leading financial investors. SBI also invested in Rapyuta Robotics’ seed round, which was which was led by Cyberdyne Inc. in 2015.

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Swiss CTI provides funds to develop our Cloud Robotics Platform in partnership with Zurich University of Applied Sciences

August 12, 2016

Zurich, Switzerland - Rapyuta Robotics is pleased to announce that the Swiss Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI) will provide approximately USD 500K in funding to support the development of our Cloud Robotics Platform  in partnership with the ICCLab/SPLab at the Zurich University of Technology.

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Rapyuta Robotics opens new Bengaluru office

January 20, 2016

Bengaluru, India - Rapyuta Robotics is excited to announce the opening of its new India office in Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore), India. Along with existing offices in Tokyo (Japan) and Zurich (Switzerland) the company now has a presence in three countries. The Bengaluru team will focus on building the Platform-as-a-Service framework that is the backbone of Rapyuta Robotics’ cloud platform.

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Rapyuta Robotics raises JPY 351 million ($3.0 million USD)

January 26, 2015

Tokyo, Japan - January 26, 2015 - Rapyuta Robotics Co., Ltd. (RR) has raised JPY 351 million (approx. USD $3 million*) in its first round of funding, led by Japanese robotics company Cyberdyne Inc. The funding will be used to develop market-specific robotics solutions in Japan, and to lay down the technical foundation for Rapyuta Robotics cloud robotics platform.

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