European robotics startup report 2023

Now available – The SummaSnap* of the European Robotics Startup Report 2023. 

*) a condensed version of our comprehensive analysis from October 2023

EUROPEAN ROBOTICS STARTUP REPORT

purpose and scope

We have identified 1.711 ventures from all over Europe in a screening process of over 4.500 companies, created between 2010 and today.

We dived deep into

- The Robotics Market(s)
- Investments
- Unicorns & Soonicorns
- Exits
- Intellectual Property

... and many more

The European Robotics Startup Report 2023 is a curated overview that provides a snapshot of market data, startup developments and venture capital trends, specifically on 1,711 European robotics startups founded from January 2010 to October 2023.

The report provides insights into growth trends, challenges, opportunities and key milestones in the robotics ecosystem, but is not intended to be a comprehensive scientific analysis.

It is intended to provide investors, entrepreneurs, policy makers and other stakeholders with an assessment of the current landscape and developments in the European robotics industry and to serve as an important resource to understand the past and present of the sector and to guide its future potential.

Number of ventures analyzed:   1,711, founded between 2010 and 10/2023

Timeframe:   June 2023 – October 2023

While the world of robotics moves at lightning speed, our SummaSnap brings you the core insights and pivotal trends from the bustling European robotics startup ecosystem, all based on data captured up to October 2023. 

This is your lens into the past (half a year) to navigate into the future.

Our SummaSnap is the perfect tool for those, who seek to grasp the essence of Europe’s robotics innovation, offering a quick yet profound understanding of where the industry stood as of last fall. Despite the facts and figures being anchored in October 2023, the insights gained are timeless, providing valuable context and direction for strategic decisions.

Why Choose a SummaSnap of the European Robotics Startup Report 2023?

  • Conciseness: Dive into a compact, easily digestible overview.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Gain invaluable insights at a more accessible price point.
  • Relevance: Benefit from historical data to forecast future trends.

Whether you’re an investor eyeing the next big opportunity, a startup navigating the competitive landscape, or an aficionado of robotics, our SummaSnap equips you with the knowledge you need, rooted in the realities of yesterday to inspire the innovations of tomorrow.

Step into a world where the past powers the potential of the future. Explore SummaSnap now and be at the forefront of the robotics revolution!

 

… and yes, we are working on 2nd European Robotics Startup Report 2024!

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SummaSnap - versions of The European Robotics Startup Report 2023

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  • Your free Version of the Executive summary of the European Robotics Startup Report
  • Insights, Market numbers and Key findings

Executive Summay

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  • The SummaSnap of the European Robotics Startup Report as a pdf file as of Oct 2023
  • 38 Pages Facts and figures from the Ecosystem
  • Market
  • Industrial Robotics   
  • Service Robots  
  • Intellectual Property & Robotics 
  • Patents 
  • Top Players – Patent Portfolio Status 
  • Emerging Companies* 
  • Key Technologies Publication Trends
  • Money – Fundings, Investments, Deals & Exits 
  • PE Activity
  • Snapshot 2022  
  • INVESTMENTS
  • DIVESTMENTS 
  • FUNDRAISING  
  • VC Activity in Europe  
  • Snapshot Oct 2023  
  • Exit Activity 
  • Deep dive into European VC Tech
  • 1.711 European Robotics Startups REVIEW (profiles not included)
  • Unicorn & Soonicorn Club 
  • Exits & Acquisitions 
  • The latest Exits of European Robotics Startups
  • IPOs
  • The most active Investors in our Research portfolio 
  • The Top 25 VCs 
  • The European Robotics Hubs
  • Trends
  • Conclusion 

SummaSnap

€449.00 (+VAT)

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  • The SummaSnap of th European Robotics Startup Report as a pdf file. 
  • 38 Pages Facts and figures from the Ecosystem
  • + 385 Pages pdf file with short profiles from 1.711 European robotics Ventures (Founded 2010 -2023) in alphabetical order
  • Incl. Name, short description, Origin, Webpage, LinkedIn Page, No of Employees, Total funding amount, when known)
  • equals €1 per venture
  • 38 Pages Facts and figures from the Ecosystem
  • Market
  • Industrial Robotics   
  • Service Robots  
  • Intellectual Property & Robotics 
  • Patents 
  • Top Players – Patent Portfolio Status 
  • Emerging Companies* 
  • Key Technologies Publication Trends
  • Money – Fundings, Investments, Deals & Exits 
  • PE Activity
  • Snapshot 2022  
  • INVESTMENTS
  • DIVESTMENTS 
  • FUNDRAISING  
  • VC Activity in Europe  
  • Snapshot Oct 2023  
  • Exit Activity 
  • Deep dive into European VC Tech
  • 1.711 European Robotics Startups REVIEW (Profiles INCLUDED)
  • Unicorn & Soonicorn Club 
  • Exits & Acquisitions 
  • The latest Exits of European Robotics Startups
  • IPOs
  • The most active Investors in our Research portfolio 
  • The Top 25 VCs 
  • The European Robotics Hubs
  • Trends
  • Conclusion 

SummaSnap + Venture profiles

€1,050.00 (+VAT)

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The analyzed 1.711 european robotics disruptors

ORIGIN

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KEY FINDINGS

  • Despite VC slump, robotics startups increasingly attractive for VC
  • The robotics sector has grown significantly over the past years and attracting more generalist VC
  • There’s a huge trend towards robotics-as-a-service and AI-led robotic solutions in various sectors
  • Shortage of skilled labour pushes service robotics forward
  • Germany leads the UK and France in robotics startups
  • Switzerland is becoming the Drone Country
  • There is really a huge amount of cool robotics solutions out there.

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PREDICTIONS

FOR 2024

The anticipated growth of the robotics startup sector is set to surge, attracting more venture capital interest due to the rising need for robotic innovations across multiple sectors. Robotics is pivotal in addressing environmental challenges, including pollution, resource depletion, and climate change, which is expected to propel the industry’s advancement. This progression is likely to foster a greater number of alliances and cooperative efforts between robotics startups and established industry players.

The year 2024 will usher in a new era of human-robot collaboration, where AI will empower robots with enhanced intuition and responsiveness, leading to a boost in productivity and safety

Robot dexterity will continue to improve, allowing them to perform more delicate and intricate tasks. This will be driven by advances in sensor technology, actuator design, and control algorithms. Precise manipulation will be crucial for applications in surgery, assembly, and product inspection. And with this …

Soft robotics will grow much further: Soft robotics is a growing field that focuses on developing robots with flexible and compliant bodies.

Cloud computing will revolutionize the way robots are deployed and managed. By leveraging cloud infrastructure, robots can access and process vast amounts of data, enabling them to adapt to changing environments and optimize their performance.

Micro robotics is a rapidly emerging field that focuses on creating miniature robots for applications in healthcare, manufacturing, and environmental monitoring.

Reconfigurable robots will become more commonplace in 2024. These robots can change their shape, size, and functionality to adapt to different tasks and environments. This will enable them to be deployed more flexibly and efficiently in a wider range of applications.

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