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About AnKobot

AnKobot (珊口智能) focuses on the development of smart home, industry vision and smart cities using computer vision and AI technology.

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6A, Building 3, No.100, 1505, Zuchongzhi Road

Shanghai, Shanghai,



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    AnKobot Patents

    AnKobot has filed 19 patents.

    The 3 most popular patent topics include:

    • Robotics
    • Robots
    • Sensors
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    Robotics, Sensors, Robots, Robot control, Molecular biology


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    Discover 5 Top Startups building Home Robots

    Nov 28, 2021

    The insights of this data-driven analysis are derived from the Big Data & Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered StartUs Insights Discovery Platform , covering 2 093 000+ startups & scaleups globally. The platform gives you an exhaustive overview of emerging technologies & relevant startups within a specific field in just a few clicks. The Global Startup Heat Map below reveals the distribution of the 394 exemplary startups & scaleups we analyzed for this research. Further, it highlights 5 robotic startups that we hand-picked based on criteria such as founding year, location, funding raised, and more. You get to explore the solutions of these 5 startups & scaleups in this report. For insights on the other 389 startups building home robots, get in touch . Click to download Founding Year: 2016 Partner for: AI-based Robotic Vacuum US-based startup Trifo manufactures an AI-powered cleaning robot. The startup’s robot, Lucy, scans and detects small obstacles, identifies people, pets, furniture, and even items down to very minute sizes to avoid them. It features a quick charge time of under 2 hours, 3000pa of suction, and a 600ml capacity dustbin. Typical robotic vacuums automate cleaning tasks but they find it difficult to navigate obstacles such as furniture or toys. By integrating AI into robotic vacuums, the startup’s solution overcomes the limitations of traditional robot vacuums. AnKobot creates Home Robot AI Founding Year: 2016 Partner for: Smart Cleaning Robots Chinese startup AnKobot leverages computer vision technology for home robotics. The startup’s technology combines visual simultaneous location and mapping (SLAM) for precise positioning, AI perception for object recognition, and brain-like computing for information processing. Ankobot’s AI-based robots find feature capabilities like human detection, facial recognition, room cleaning monitoring, and indoor object detection. This enables home robot manufacturers without extensive technical capabilities to integrate AI into their robotic products. Ximpatico builds an Educational Robot Founding Year: 2019 Partner for: Educational Robots Ximpatico is a US-based startup that develops NABOT AI, an educational robot that encourages critical thinking, problem-solving, and cognitive growth. The robot is programmable, smart, and autonomous, allowing users to explore and learn through the experience of customizing the robot’s program. Moreover, the robot uses neural networks to learn new tasks through the built-in camera to create digital maps of its surroundings. This serves as both a companion and a teaching tool. Konpanion makes Empathetic Companion Robots Founding Year: 2016 Partner for: Emotional Robots British startup Konpanion manufactures domestic social robots. The startup’s robot, Maah, interact with the user’s senses, and bond with them through natural, non-verbal communication. Powered by an AI architecture, it is capable of learning and expressing emotions through body language and sound. Current companion robots have poor conversational skills due to the lack of empathy or capability to understand their user’s emotions and adapt, unlike companion animals. To overcome this barrier, Konpanion’s robots utilize emotional intelligence to enable them to better communicate and interact more naturally with users. Clutterbot offers a Home Tidying Robot Founding Year: 2020 Partner for: Home Organization Clutterbot is a New Zealand-based startup that develops a household robot. The startup’s robot drives around the house picking up toys and clothing off the floor and organizing them into containers. The robot executes its tasks using computer vision and artificial intelligence to navigate home environments, find toys or objects on the floor, and organize them by category. Clutterbot’s robot allows users to automate household cleaning procedures, freeing up their time for other tasks. Discover more Startups Startups such as the examples highlighted in this report focus on computer vision as well as bespoke AI solutions and enhanced cleaning robots. While all of these technologies play a major role in advancing robotics, they only represent the tip of the iceberg. To explore more home robots and other robotic technologies, simply get in touch to let us look into your areas of interest. For a more general overview, you can download one of our free Industry Innovation Reports to save your time and improve strategic decision-making. Get in touch

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    AnKobot Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    • When was AnKobot founded?

      AnKobot was founded in 2016.

    • Where is AnKobot's headquarters?

      AnKobot's headquarters is located at 6A, Building 3, No.100, 1505, Zuchongzhi Road, Shanghai.

    • What is AnKobot's latest funding round?

      AnKobot's latest funding round is Series B.

    • Who are the investors of AnKobot?

      Investors of AnKobot include Fosun RZ Capital, China Investment Luckystone and Shanghai Lianchuang Yongquan.

    • Who are AnKobot's competitors?

      Competitors of AnKobot include NARWAL and 3 more.

    • What products does AnKobot offer?

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