Movers and shakers: Who raised funds in November 2023 and who are they?

In this monthly column called “The deal tracker,” we look at major funding events that took place in China’s robotic sector the previous month and rank them in a chronological order.

In this monthly column called “The deal tracker,” we look at major funding events that took place in China’s robotic sector the previous month and rank them in a chronological order.

Although you may have come across separate news items about the deals previously, we decided that it may offer a panoramic view of the funding activities by presenting them in a roundup format.

DateInvesteeRound of fundingAmountInvestorsBusiness scope
11.6
HCFA
禾川科技
Stake sale276 million yuanBosch GroupIndustrial automation
11.7
Gosion-Robot
国巡机器人
Series ATens of millions of yuanDaocin Capital and Tsing VenturesMobile inspection robot
11.8
Zhuling Technology
筑领科技
AngelTens of millions of yuanLanchi VenturesConstruction robot
11.16
EAVision
极目科技
Series D+Over 100 million yuanWanlin International Holdings LtdIndustrial and agricultural drone
10.17
Eacon
易控智驾
Series C450 million yuanRichen Capital, Cherish Capital, Minxi Xinghang State-owned Investment, Shenyin Wanguo Venture CapitalAutonomous mining vehicle
11.21
Tongchuan Technology
同川科技
Series ATens of millions of yuanAddor CapitalRobotic harmonic reducer
11.23
Oculotronics
微眸医疗
Series ATens of millions of yuanGuangzhou MG Fund, Tzitzit Asset, Guangdong Jinye Valley Investment ManagementOphthalmic surgical robot
11.24
AVIC Robotics
中航创世机器人
Series BClose to 100 million yuanCowin Capital, Shaanxi Financial Asset Management Co.,Ltd, Fengxi Fund, Qingshi Capital and Chunde Investment.Neurorehabilitation robot
11.24
Quantum Intelligence
量子智能
Pre-Series A15 million yuanFreeS Fund, Stalagnate Capital, Future Capital and Kinzon CapitalSpecialized robot catering to dangerous work scenarios
11.24
Galaxy Bot
银河通用机器人
Angel+Over 100 million yuanMeituan, Peking University Yanyuan Capital, Tsinghua University SEE Fund, and IDGGeneral-purpose robot
11.26
True Health
真健康
Series B+Over 100 million yuanCICC Capital, Creating InvestmentRobot-assisted needle insertion system
11.28
Inuchip
银牛微电子
Series AOver 500 million yuanHefei Industry Investment Group, Accurate Capital, Jinxi Group, Timeverse and existing shareholdersAI and robotics chip
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Ni Tao

Ni Tao is the founder and editor-in-chief of cnrobopedia. Prior to cnrobopedia, he had a full decade of experience with a major state-run English-language newspaper as a tech reporter and opinion writer. He is also a communications specialist, having provided consultancy services to established firms like Siemens, Philips, ABinBev, Diageo, Trip.com Group (Nasdaq: TCOM, HK: 9961), Jianpu Technology (NYSE: JT) and a handful of domestic startups. A graduate of Fudan University, he writes widely about China's business and tech scenes and other topics for global publications including South China Morning Post, SupChina, The Diplomat, CGTN, Banking Technology, among others, and tries to impart his experience to students at Fudan University Journalism School, where he is a part-time lecturer. When he's not writing about robotics, you can expect him to be on his beloved Yanagisawa saxophones, trying to play some jazz riffs, often in vain and occasionally against the protests of an angry neighbor. Get in touch with him by dropping a line at nitao0927@gmail.com.

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