REInvest Robotics seeks to work with forward-looking robotics start-ups who understand that the future is man using machines to solve simple to complex challenges affecting humankind.

Current Investments

FarmDroid

FarmDroid
Odense, Denmark

FarmDroid

An autonomous lightweight ground robot that automates sowing and weed removal on agricultural land. This means crops are grown organically, CO2-neutral, and without damage to the soil’s microstructure.

FarmDroid ApS was founded by Jens Warming and Kristian Warming, together with the Innovation Environment Syddansk Innovation A/S and Esben Østergaard, investor and adviser.

Tutobo

Tutobo
Athens, Greece

Tutobo

The first coding and robot toy that combines storytelling and game mechanics, inspiring children to learn and explore their creativity. It’s coding made fun for kids!

Tutobo was founded by Ioannis Ypatidis in 2018 after watching his young son at play. Already experienced in entrepreneurship from heading an industrial process automation company, Ioannis put together a team of talented young professionals full of ideas and got to work. Programmers, robotics engineers and teachers, they also all happen to be parents.

Past Investments

Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR)

Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR)
Odense, Denmark

Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR)

A first mover in the field of collaborative mobile robots, MiR is dedicated to developing user-friendly, flexible and safe robots to help companies automate in-house transportation. These unique robots are used in a wide range of industries and healthcare sectors.

MiR was founded by Niels Jul Jacobsen in 2013 and acquired by Teradyne Corporation in April 2018 for a total of $272 million.

Universal Robots

Universal Robots
Odense, Denmark

Universal Robots

Dedicated to bringing flexible and easy-to-use robots to businesses of every size, all over the world, Universal Robots collaborative robots automate and streamline repetitive industrial processes.

Founded by Esben Østergaard, Kasper Støy, and Kristian Kassow in 2005, the company was acquired by Teradyne Corporation in May 2015 for a total of $350 million.