Mobile robot manufacturer SEER announced on Monday it has received hundreds of millions of yuan in round-B financing, led by SAIF Partners, IDG Capital, and Broadstream Capital. Scheme Capital serves as exclusive financial adviser. The funds are to be allocated for investment in the research and development of intelligent manufacturing products, promoting the scale of more scenarios, and vigorously exploring overseas business channels.
As a mobile robot manufacturer, SEER provides one-stop intelligent logistics solutions for enterprises in industrial logistics scenarios. It received round-A financing from several strategic investors such as GLP Hidden Hill Capital, ECOVACS, China Growth Capital, Harmontronics, and Silicon Valley Huiyin.
Zhao Yue, the founder and CEO of SEER, has won the RoboCup several times together with his team. The company’s the core team members graduated from Zhejiang University and Tongji University, all of whom have rich technical experience in the field of robotics.
The SRC series core controller is one of SEER’s main products, featuring such core functions as map building, positioning and navigation, as well as model-editing for mobile robots.
The SRC series is distinguished for its high adaptability. SRC-2000 controllers can match with most market accessories such as lidar, servo drivers and sensors. Apart from mobile robots, the SRC-800 series can control the infrastructure of intelligent factories such as automatic charging piles, automatic doors, elevators, traffic lights, RGV, hoists and stackers.
SEER prioritizes the development of digital systems software. Its main products are RDS unified resource scheduling system, MWMS warehousing and logistics management systems, RoboView visual AI solutions and Meta-V digital visualization system.
The RDS Unified Resource Scheduling System provides users with a low-code flow engine, and defines robot or equipment tasks in low-code form and graphically displays task flows.
RoboView is a visual AI solution designed to add new perspectives to mobile robots by adding cameras to the plant. Based on machine vision algorithms, it quickly forms a visual algorithm workflow that is easy to deploy and solves real-world problems, and offers a visual AI solution covering production, safety and management, thus fulfilling vehicle-plant collaboration.
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Regarding the application of its products, SEER has reached cooperation with more than 500 integrators and manufacturers, and its products have been applied in over 1,300 projects for 3C electronics, semiconductors, lithium batteries, automobiles, new materials and other fields.