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Big-name investors back inVia’s warehouse robots with $30 million

Warehouse automation vendor inVia Robotics today announced a $30 million funding round backed by the tech giants Microsoft, Qualcomm, and Hitachi that could help it meet soaring demand for optimization technology in e-commerce fulfillment spurred by the pandemic. The “series C” round was led by M12—Microsoft’s venture fund—and Qualcomm Ventures...
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Reguilón returns, Winks, Dier dropped in latest Tottenham Hotspur friendly

Left-back Sergio Reguilón returns to the Tottenham lineup for the club’s third preseason friendly against MK Dons, while previous starters Winks and Dier are dropped. Maybe it means nothing, maybe it means some players may be getting sold. Likely many fans are hoping for the latter as both Harry Winks and Eric Dier – two players supposedly up for sale – are left out of the third preseason game completely. More importantly for Tottenham in real-time, however, is the return of more regulars with Sergio Reguilón and Matt Doherty making their pre-season debuts and club captain Hugo Lloris returning on the bench.
Saint Peters, MOstpetersmo.net

PARKING IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

If you have a home, if you have neighbors, and if you have a car, then you probably at one time or another have had an issue or question about parking along the street where you live. One thing to always remember is that if you’re parking along the side...
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Electric v petrol: Which vehicle is the best value for money?

In just the last six months alone, the cost running electric vehicles has fallen by £77 according to the research which has taken into account insurance, fuel and road tax costs. The study found over a 12 month period an electric vehicle would typically cost £1,091 to run whilst the...
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Microsoft’s M12 and Qualcomm Ventures – joined by Hitachi Ventures – co-lead Series C round for award-winning robotics company, inVia Robotics

Westlake Village, CA (July 28, 2021) -- inVia Robotics--the provider of next-generation warehouse automation solutions--has secured a $30 million Series C funding round from M12, Microsoft's venture fund, and Qualcomm Ventures LLC. The two firms are also joined by Hitachi Ventures (the strategic. Articles. corporate venture arm of Hitachi, Ltd.)...
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