Chinese startup Syrius Robotics builds warehouse robots with JD Logistics

The global warehouse robotics market is expected to reach $2.15 billion by 2020, and China is adding a new player to its growing, respected roster. Syrius Robotics, a Shenzhen-based startup co-founded by Alibaba’s former director of robotics, He Xuan, is building autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) with JD.com. Syrius Robotics tells The Robot Report the AMRs cost $14,124…

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