Despite a slump in the broader 3D printing space, industrial 3D printing continues to grow, with startups focusing on everything from creating advanced composite materials to processing printed products.
3D printing startups are tackling everything from bioprinting living tissues to developing desktop printers for the consumer market.
Cybersecurity companies with a focus on securing connected devices on enterprise networks are on track to see all-time highs in deals and funding totals.
The next M&A target in industrial robotics could be in grippers, e-commerce picking, floor cleaning, or cobots in manufacturing.
From inventory management software to industrial exoskeletons, startups are giving factories a digital facelift. We investigated the private market trends inside advanced manufacturing.
From industrial robotics to inventory management, we identified more than 110 startups working to make manufacturing organizations more digitized and efficient.
After a steep drop-off at the end of 2016, deals appear to be slowly rebounding.