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Syrius Robotics

Founded Year



Series B - II | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$7.4M | 6 mos ago

About Syrius Robotics

Syrius is committed to creating human-robot collaboration solutions using autonomous mobile robots, boosting productivity in warehouses and factories across the world. It specializes in automated mobile robots (AMR), AMRs are robots that can plan routes and react to circumstances in real-time and are considered more advanced than AGV robots. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Shenzhen, China.

Headquarters Location

101, R3-B, Virtual University Park, Nanshan

Shenzhen, Guangdong,


+86 (0)755 8656 1344

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Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) are revolutionizing the production process in the manufacturing industry. These robots offer a variety of advantages, from increased efficiency and productivity to improved safety and cost savings. AMRs navigate around the production floor autonomously with minimal human guidance, freeing up workers for more complex tasks and providing greater flexibility when it co…

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Syrius Robotics Patents

Syrius Robotics has filed 9 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer storage media
  • Rotating disc computer storage media
  • Storage media
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Latest Syrius Robotics News

Despite the capital winter, China's mobile robot receives boosts from billions of dollars in new funding

Aug 5, 2022

Despite the capital winter, China's mobile robot receives boosts from billions of dollars in new funding The pandemic has increased venture capitalists' awareness of robotics startups SHARE The funding winter has not slowed the flow of capital into early-stage startups focused on mobile robots, as Chinese investors continue to bet on innovative companies rather than pass up opportunities. Huge growth potential, large market scale, policy support, and rigid consumer demand are some of the three basic criteria used by investors to determine whether an industry is worth investing in. China's mobile robot market meets all of these criteria. According to publicly available data compiled by China Mobile Robot and AGV/AMR Industry Alliance , 38 mobile robot startups raised billions of yuan in the first half of this year from a variety of top venture capital firms including IDG Capital, Sequoia China, GL Ventures Zhen Fund, Capital Today, and Source Code Capital. It is worth noting that some of these startups have raised 10 million yuan or more in their Pre-A or Seed round of funding. Syrius Robotics, a ByteDance-backed Chinese startup that makes autonomous warehouse robots, received $20 million in Series B funding last month from Harvest Capital, with participation from existing investors TikTok parent ByteDance and Sequoia Capital China. Founded in 2018, Syrius Robotics specializes in autonomous mobile robots (AMR), a category of robot that can navigate its surroundings without direct supervision from a human or following a predetermined path. AMRs have a plethora of sophisticated sensors that allow them to comprehend and interpret their surroundings. Syrius's robots can plan routes and react to circumstances in real time. Credit: Syrius Robotics AMRs are thought to be more advanced than AGVs, which must travel along predetermined paths. In the past two years, the COVID-19 pandemic and its control measures have confined millions of workers at home, making China's warehouse robots a favorite among investors. Hai Robotics, based in Shenzhen, developed an autonomous, case-handling robotic (ACR) system and raised $200 million in September last year from major investors such as Sequoia Capital China, Source Code Capital, and Capital Today. Both Syrius and Hai Robotics, two robotics businesses from China, have made significant inroads into foreign markets. Established in 2016, Hai Robotics has five subsidiaries in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), Japan, Singapore, the United States, and the Netherlands, to serve customers in more than 30 countries. Foreign markets accounted for more than one-third of Hai Robotics's income. Additionally, Syrius has expanded internationally, with foreign markets accounting for half of its sales. It has established enduring economic ties with Kantsu Co., a logistics company, and Mitsubishi Corporation, the country's largest trading enterprise. The startup also has customers in Singapore and South Korea, and it plans to grow its business in those regions as well as in North and Western America and Europe. China Mobile Robot and AGV/AMR Industry Alliance estimates that by 2021, 20% of the total income of Chinese mobile robot companies will come from exports, demonstrating the growing significance of the international market for these companies. Mobile robots, which are different from warehouse robots, are become more prevalent in commercial and industrial environments. For years, hospitals have used autonomous mobile robots to transport supplies. CloudMinds, a Beijing and Santa Clara-based company that creates cloud-based solutions for intelligent robots, has delivered the first batch of 5G-powered robots to hospitals such as Wuhan Tongji Tianyou Hospital, Wuhan Union Hospital, and Shanghai Sixth People's Hospital. The robots help medical staff with chores including disinfection, cleaning, consultations, and drug distribution. Medical staff can instruct the robot to enter the quarantine ward via an app. The robot can operate in both small places like hospital wards and hotels as well as larger ones like airport security checkpoints. To help detect people with fever and record visitor health data, a fleet of robots was unveiled. Robots are on duty 24 hours a day at the intersection of the motorways that enter Shanghai, reminding passing cars to take body temperatures and register drivers' and passengers' health information using a QR code. A robot automatically takes temperatures of drivers passing through a highway checkpoint. As people became concerned about physical touch owing to the coronavirus, JD Logistics implemented a level 4 autonomous delivery service, deploying unmanned delivery robots to transport fruits and vegetables. Even before the epidemic, mobile robots were frequently used in warehouses and public spaces. However, the pandemic has increased venture capitalists' awareness of startups, giving robot developers the chance to demonstrate how effectively robots can replace humans in tasks like medical delivery, warehouse delivery, and hospital disinfection. The number of robots used to fight the coronavirus has increased, which has sped up their development and application.

Syrius Robotics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Syrius Robotics founded?

    Syrius Robotics was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Syrius Robotics's headquarters?

    Syrius Robotics's headquarters is located at 101, R3-B, Virtual University Park, Nanshan, Shenzhen.

  • What is Syrius Robotics's latest funding round?

    Syrius Robotics's latest funding round is Series B - II.

  • How much did Syrius Robotics raise?

    Syrius Robotics raised a total of $38.55M.

  • Who are the investors of Syrius Robotics?

    Investors of Syrius Robotics include Harvest Capital, Future Capital Discovery Fund, ZhenCheng Capital , PKSHA Capital, Tryin Capital and 6 more.

  • Who are Syrius Robotics's competitors?

    Competitors of Syrius Robotics include Multiway, Locus Robotics, Soft Robotics, Attabotics, MOV.AI, Ambi Robotics, Alert Innovation, OnRobot, AutoGuide, Omron and 65 more.

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