Autonomous robotics platform Neubility raises 3 billion won from Samsung Venture Investment
Neubility, a South Korea-based autonomous robot service platform company, announced today that it has raised an investment of 3 billion won from Samsung Venture Investment.
Neubility, which has secured a cumulative investment of about 30 billion won, plans to establish a bridgehead for its global business by entering major overseas markets such as Japan, Europe, and the United States and establishing a production and operation base in Southeast Asia.
Neubility is rapidly increasing its service competitiveness by collecting city driving data centered on its autonomous robot ‘neubie’, which won the CES 2023 Innovation Award, and RaaS (Robot as a Service) platform ‘neubiego’.
“We are honored and pleased to receive investment from Samsung Venture Investment,” said Lee Sang-min, CEO of Neubility. “We will do our best to rapidly improve mass production and expand our service areas.”
Since being selected as a C-Lab Outisde, a startup incubation program run by Samsung Electronics in 2021, Neubility has received various support including customized consulting, participation in CES, and business cooperation opportunities.
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