SINGAPORE-BASED robotics startup Botsync has bagged an undisclosed amount of seed funding in a round jointly led by Wong Fong Industries, Seeds
SINGAPORE-BASED robotics startup Botsync has bagged an undisclosed amount of seed funding in a round jointly led by Wong Fong Industries, Seeds Capital, Angelhub and Artesian Venture Partners.
The funding will be used to scale the startup’s automation solutions to support the logistics and manufacturing sector, it announced on Tuesday.
Botsync chief executive and co-founder Rahul Nambiar added that the funding will also empower the startup to scale up the commercialisation of its robotics solution and enhance the features of its automated vehicles for safer and more reliable use.
Catalist-listed Wong Fong Industries specialises in businesses such as customised engineering solutions, industrial and hospitality training, education and talent management and placements.
Seeds Capital is the investment arm of Enterprise Singapore, while Angelhub is Hong Kong’s first Securities and Futures Commission-licensed startup investment platform.
Artesian Venture Partners is an alternative investment firm in the Asia-Pacific region with over 400 startups in…