Top 10 AI Robotics Companies Driving Innovation in 2023

The top 10 AI robotics companies driving innovation in 2023 have transformed businesses

Can anyone deny the very fact that robots are taking over the world in ways that will surpass our imagination levels? From defence to healthcare, every sector has relied on robotics in one form or the other. Irrespective of the objective achieved, one thing is for sure – robotic inventions are changing how we are leading our lives. On the same lines, have a look at what are the top 10 AI robotics companies driving innovation in 2023.

iRobot Corporation

iRobot Corporation is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, and specializes in the designing and production of consumer robots. The company boasts of a portfolio that includes various innovations for smart homes and various concepts in visualization, navigation, mobility, and artificial intelligence.

Sastra Robotics

Sastra robotics is an Indian Robotech company that aims at delivering and creating robotics solutions to allow humans-like automated functional testing of real equipment. The objective is to speed up testing and reduce the time-to-market of their products. 


This is a Beijing-based robotech start-up that aims at supplying AI and robotics to retailers looking for features to add speed and capacity to their products. As far as the financials of this company are concerned, it got a new $200 million in funding in early 2020, bringing its total raised amount to almost $390 million. So far, the company has sold more than 10,000 robots worldwide.

Fanuc Corporation                                                                                                                                       

This is a Japanese robot manufacturing company that is more or less involved in the supply of factory automation, robot, and robot machine. It offers products of the CNC series, wire-cut electrical discharge machines, robotic systems, compact machining centres, servo motors, lasers, electric injection moulding machines, and ultra-precision machines, to name a few.

Berskshire Grey

Berkshire Grey is yet another robotics start-up based out of Bedford, Massachusetts. This company is into making integrated robotics systems that automate the process of picking, packing and sorting products into store and eCommerce orders for leading enterprises. Off late, the company announced plans to go public via a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). Indeed, there is so much to look forward to!

KUKA Robotics (India) Private Limited

This Indian robotics company, headquartered in Gurgaon, was established in 2006. This company is known for manufacturing industrial robots, for the manufacturing and sales of controllers, and software as well as industrial robotics.

Blue Ocean Robotics

This Danish robotech company served to be no less than a blessing during the pandemic as its robots were capable of killing 99.99% of bacteria and viruses on surfaces and in the air by making use of UV-C light. In the coming years, we can see these robots being affixed in elder-care facilities, schools, airports, airlines, hotels, pharmaceutical plants, etc.

Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.

As known to many, this company specializes in the design and sale of motorcycles, automotive engines, and transport equipment. It was in the later stage that Yamaha Motor launched the industrial robot division of the company. Be it SCARA robots, clean robots, cartesian robots, or pick and place robots, this company has got it all.


Recon has gained recognition as one of the largest robotics manufacturers around the globe. The fact that this company sells its products in more than 33 countries around the world is definitely worth a mention. Yet another interesting point to note is its client base which includes U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps, Border Patrol, FBI and ICE, among others.


This is a Phoenix-based company that has applied robotics to marketing communications. It is known for designing robots that write personal notes in a handwriting style the customer chooses at an online storefront, thus the name – Handwrytten. It then sends the note to the address provided by the customer.

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