Odense Robotics

One of the world’s top robotics clusters located in the city of Odense, Denmark comprising 129 companies and 3,600 employees innovating within robotics and automation. It’s one of the best robotic incubators in Europe; a high-tech environment where startups and talent bring innovation to life.

Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM)

A US membership-based consortium, ARM is dedicated to creating the ecosystem that will drive innovation in robotics. Staff and resources are focused on spurring innovations in robotics technology and workforce development, ensuring the future is built by robots, but directed by humans. ARM and its members seek to lower economic, technical, and operational barriers, allowing enterprises of all sizes to adopt robotic technologies.


A non-profit, MassRobotics is the collective work of a group of Boston-area engineers, rocket scientists, and entrepreneurs. Their mission is to help create and scale the next generation of successful robotics and connected device companies by providing entrepreneurs and innovative robotics/automation startups with the workspace and resources they need to develop, prototype, test, and commercialize their products and solutions.


A non-profit online communication platform that brings together experts in robotics research, start-ups, business, and education from across the globe. Robohub’s mission is to connect the robotics community to the rest of the world.


An EU ecosystem that encompasses SMEs and startups together with corporates, researchers, acceleration programmes and investors. The aim is “to create the best conditions for long-term business success for all involved,” per the DIH definition by the European Commission. The RobotUnion consortium is comprised of 14 partners from 7 European countries and Canada.


A Netherlands-based initiative that seeks to bring together startups and companies to help solve pressing societal challenges through robotics.