Japanese VR Remote Control robot Manufacturer Completes  Investment Tound of 2.2 Billion JPY

According to Morgura VR, Japanese VR remote control robot manufacturer Telexistence (TX) announced completions of a recent investment round of 2.2 billion JPY, with investors such as Monoful Co., Ltd, KDDI Open Innovations Fund, Airbus Ventures, Deepcore, Today IPC and few others. The company plans to utilize the fund to expand growth, and to develop products to enter the retail and logistic market. TX total investment raised to date reached 4.4 billion JPY. 

TX is a tech company that focuses on utilizing VR for remote control, robotics, telecomm, sensory touch, and AI technologies. The company combine remote control operations with actual physical control, allowing technical person thousands of miles away to operate robotics as if they were there onsite. TX utilize this technology to introduce remote control robots to assist retail store with sales transactions. 

TX also formed a strategic partnership with Monoful, to further develop AWP, an augmented labor platform to further develop applications in the logic industries and business operations.  Through AWP, technical personnel can utilize robotics in the iOT to facilitate operations in the logistic warehouse. 

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