Putting robots into the hands of operators

19 October 2021

The Franco-American start-up Fuzzy Logic has announced a €2.5 million seed round of financing from two European DeepTech funds.

Fuzzy Logic is developing an all-in-one software platform designed to simplify every step of robotisation, from robotic cell design to daily reprogramming in the factory by operators. It reproduces a virtual environment in which the robot in the factory can be controlled on the fly and as simply as a video game.

Fuzzy Studio (desktop application) and Fuzzy RTOS (embedded software) are no-code platforms, allowing users to control any make of industrial robot, without the need for training or complex programming. Robotic cells can be designed intuitively and production operators can  increase their scope of activity

The platform is attracting strong interest from large companies, especially for applications with many different part types to be programmed or which have demanding quality requirements. Fuzzy Logic also intends to open up a market that is still in its infancy – that of small and medium-sized industrial companies.

The platform removes the complexities of robotic integration and eliminates the need for robotics expertise throughout the service life, two obstacles that until now have often been prohibitive barriers for SMEs.

Ryan Lober and Antoine Hoarau, respectively CEO and CTO, co-founders of Fuzzy Logic, said: “We help SMEs to power up their competitiveness and autonomy, by making robots adapt to them - not the other way around. This round of fundraising will allow us to strengthen our R&D teams and deploy our vision of intuitive and flexible robotics among client ambassadors throughout Europe.

A scalable software platform
Fuzzy Studio and Fuzzy RTOS are currently being deployed at customers in France and Germany, who were chosen for their flexibility and precision requirements. Thanks to awards and support from the French public investment bank, Bpifrance, as well as the European Union, the company has accumulated more than 600,000 euros in pre-seed financing. The current round of fundraising will help strengthen the technical team in order to deploy to new customers. 

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