Autonomous robot services company, Neubility has announced that Samsung Venture Investment has invested 3 billion won ($2.2 million) in the company. This brings the total cumulative investment to approximately 30 billion won ($22 million) and provides a bridgehead for global expansion into major overseas markets such as Europe, Japan, and the United States, while also establishing a production base in Southeast Asia.
Neubility’s competitiveness in services is increasing rapidly as it accumulates data on urban driving experience from its award-winning self-driving robot, Neubie, and its Robot as a Service (RaaS) platform, Neubiego.
Expressing his pleasure at the investment, CEO Sangmin Lee said, “We are honored and delighted to have received this investment from Samsung Venture Investment.” He added, “Neubility will work hard to enhance production and expand its services.”
Since being selected by C-Lab Outside, Samsung Electronics’ startup acceleration program in 2021, Neubility has laid a solid foundation for growth through various types of support, including business collaboration opportunities and financial consulting.
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