CBot impressed the venture capital representatives in the jury
CBot has been selected as one of seven finalists
After successful prototype development CBot is expanding its R&D staff to complete the product development.
In the beginning of 2017 a new era in large floor tiling will start, where the strenuous manual tiling process will transform to a modern automated tiling process using robots developed by CBot.
On November 10, Sweden’s ten most innovative entrepreneurs was presented by ÅForsk in cooperation with SISP – Swedish Incubators & Science Parks. Fredrik Viksten and CBot was one of the winners in competition with over 100 companies and recieved an entrepreneur scholarship of SEK 200 000. The purpose of the scholarship is to promote entrepreneurship.
After several years of research, CBot has now finished the development of the first prototype of a machine for automatic tiling. In collaboration with Golvimporten Entreprenad AB, and under funding from SBUF and Vinnova, an intensive test period has now started, where the first field test will be at the construction site of the Östenssons.
Together with Golvimporten Entreprenad AB, CBot has been awarded funding from SBUF (approx. the Swedish construction industry’s joint development fund) for field trials of CBot’s highly innovative and market disruptive machine for automatic tiling of large floors. The project is set to start during the autumn 2015.
With the goal to speed up the development of the worlds first automatic tiling machine, CBot has now signed a contract with Victor Johansson. Victor has a Master in Mechanical Engineering from Linköping University.
CBot has received major funding of 2 million SEK from ByggInnovationen. The goal with the project is to develop the worlds first prototype of a machine for automatic tiling of large floors. CBot will co-fund with 50% and the total project budget is 4 million SEK. The plan is to finish the development of the.
Companies from all over Sweden participated in the contest “Product Innovation of the Year” in the fall of 2013. Friday, 15 November at 12:30 it was announced that CBot won first prize and 100 thousand SEK at an awards ceremony in conjunction with the “Elmia Subcontractor” fair. The jury consisted of representatives of Prodelox, Almi.