Loop Robots, a Netherlands-based company that automates disinfection using smart robots to make medical-grade sanitization, raised $2 million (approx. €1.69M) in its Seed round of funding.
A group of private entrepreneurial investors led by Nanotech Ventures and Locapes Investment Fund participated in this round.
The proceeds from this round will help the company to accelerate the deployment of its automated room and surface disinfection co-bots for hospitals.
Company: Loop Robots
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: September 2021
Lead Investors: Nanotech Ventures
Additional Investors: Locapes Investment Fund
Company Website: https://www.looprobots.com/
Software Category: Medical-grade sanitization
About the Company: The company was founded in 2020 by serial entrepreneur Per Slycke, Maarten Sluyter, Mark van de Vrede, and Aswin Chandarr, along with several key talents from earlier high-tech mobile robot spinouts from the Technical University of Delft. Loop Robots’s clients and partners include Spaarne Gasthuis hospital, Rijnstate hospital, Pieter van Foreest care homes, the Public Health Laboratory Kennermerland, UZ Gent hospital, University Medical Center Groningen, G4S, Deutsche Post DHL, and several other top technical universities. The company was recently listed as one of the most promising AI startups/scaleups in the Netherlands and has been selected for the NVIDIA Inception program.