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How a bunch of startups are trying to make a business case for robotics in India | TechCircle

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29 October 2014



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Robotics startups have been mushrooming over the last two years. Why? One may ask and be tempted to think that certain natural and man-made calamities forced the entrepreneurs behind these startups to enter a hitherto unexplored space. To name a few instances, there have been several floods and landslides in the entire Gangetic belt. Then there have been labour strikes that have affected several manufacturing companies like Bosch, Toyota and Maruti Suzuki. Finally the scientific world needs robots for experiments. Although there is no direct correlation to these events, these young startups in India were born out of the realisation that there are problems which can only be solved by robots.

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Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
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