The arrival of 5G technology will drive a new wave of growth in the rapidly evolving robotics and artificial intelligence sector, according to one global investment advisory firm.
New Zealand’s Invert Robotics has secured a US$8.8 million round of funding, with the capital raised to be used to scale the company’s team, and to fund the planned opening of a US office and expansion of its technology platform and industry-specific solutions.
Last week, the FIRST Robotics Competition held its first two Australian events for 2019, having first arrived down under in 2006, with Rockwell Automation's Global STEM ambassador, Jay Flores, attending the event.
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