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Slamtec

slamtec.com

Founded Year

2013

Stage

Series B | Alive

Total Raised

$22.1M

Last Raised

$22.1M | 6 yrs ago

About Slamtec

Slamtec is a developer of robot localization and mapping solutions. The company focuses on providing economically affordable and high-performance solutions for robots in auto localization and navigation, as well as offering related core sensors. Its major products are low-cost LIDAR sensor (RPLIDAR), SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) solution based on LIDAR technology, and Zeus General Purpose Robot Platform, which can be widely used in business places.

Headquarters Location

D-501 Shengyin Tower 666 Shengxia Rd.

Shanghai, Shanghai, 200120,

China

+86 21 68581569

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Latest Slamtec News

Slamtec Selects Newsight’s CMOS Image Sensors for its Advanced SLAM Solution

Aug 2, 2018

August 02, 2018 10:35 AM Eastern Daylight Time SHANGHAI & NESS ZIONA, Israel--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Slamtec ( www.slamtec.com ), a leading global service provider and industry pioneer in autonomous localization and navigation systems today announced that it has selected Newsight’s CMOS Image sensors ( www.nstimg.com ) for its advanced SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) solutions. A global developer of Lidar, SLAM based navigation systems and a service robot platform, Slamtec has over 2000 industrial customers across Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. The company's products include RPLIDAR, 360-degree rotating laser radar, SLAMWARE, a modular autonomous positioning navigation solution, ZEUS, a universal robot development platform, and ZEUS series products: Jupiter and Aries (smart advertising robots), and the Tauru (smart delivery) robot. Shikai Chen, founder and CEO of Slamtec: “SLAMTEC is dedicated to providing high-performance autonomous navigation systems and LIDAR sensors to our customers worldwide. SLAMWARE is a cutting-edge solution with highly integrated LIDAR SLAM and navigation systems enabling the robots to meet the challenging requirements of real life applications. We are pleased to have chosen Newsight’s image sensor products for their high quality and performance.” Eli Assoolin, CEO and co-founder of Newsight Imaging: “We are delighted to work closely with Slamtec on the integration of our product. Our Chinese team at the Jiashan office, together with Israeli R&D and FAE support, was able to demonstrate that Newsight chips are capable of meeting Slamtec's high-end standards and requirements. Having an expert company such as Slamtec select our solutions and use them for its advanced SLAM products is a great achievement. We look forward to continuing our close collaboration and to providing the world with our disruptive technology and products." For more information about SLAMTEC, visit www.slamtec.com For more information about Newsight Imaging, visit www.nstimg.com , or follow us on LinkedIn  https://www.linkedin.com/company/newsight-imaging/

Slamtec Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Slamtec founded?

    Slamtec was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Slamtec's headquarters?

    Slamtec's headquarters is located at D-501 Shengyin Tower, Shanghai.

  • What is Slamtec's latest funding round?

    Slamtec's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Slamtec raise?

    Slamtec raised a total of $22.1M.

  • Who are the investors of Slamtec?

    Investors of Slamtec include ChinaEquity Group, Chinese Academy of Sciences Holdings, Guozhong Venture Capital Management, Grains Valley Venture Capital, Qianshi High Tech Venture and 4 more.

  • Who are Slamtec's competitors?

    Competitors of Slamtec include Gaussian Robotics, Civil Maps, Kuandeng Technology, Swift Navigation, Dynamic Map Platform and 13 more.

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