Robotics start-up Ishitva raises over $1 mn

Ahmedabad-based robotics start-up, Ishitva has raised a Pre-Series A round of over $1 million led by Inflection Point Ventures. Ishitva Robotic Systems (IRS) is an OEM operating in the space of dry waste sorting technology.

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Inflection Point Ventures leads $1 Mn funding round for Robotic startup Ishitva

To wit, India’s AI ecosystem is seeing explosive growth with a lot of inventive startups entering the space. Analytics India Magazine comes with a list of 10 exceptional startups leading the AI race every year.

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Times Of India

The Startup was founded by Jitesh Dadlani in 2018, with a view to utilize AI,IoT and Machine learning Technology to effectively segregate waste to help recoverrecyclable item,making way for a circular economy. It offers a range of tech-enabled products for sorting of complex waste of different kinds.

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10 Indian Startups That Are Leading The AI Race: 2021

To wit, India’s AI ecosystem is seeing explosive growth with a lot of inventive startups entering the space. Analytics India Magazine comes with a list of 10 exceptional startups leading the AI race every year.

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AI to effectively recycle and manage waste

The effects of climate change have begun to show up across the world in various forms of destruction – wildfires due to excessive heat, cyclones, heat waves, and unseasonal rains that ruin crops, to name a few.

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Inaugural Singapore waste-tech startup competition

The finalists include Indian startup Ishitva Robotic Systems, which placed second with their AI-powered automated waste-sorting robotic system that can effectively and efficiently separate plastic components from mixed waste. This, as a whole, helps make sorting more efficient at different stages of the waste value chain

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The Alliance to End Plastic Waste

The Alliance to End Plastic Waste (Alliance) and Plug and Play announced today its 11 finalists for the Asia Pacific hub of the End Plastic Waste Innovation Platform - 90-day accelerator programme that supports startups on their innovations in ending plastic waste.

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Recycling Today

The Asia Pacific program is designed to focus on three areas: collecting, managing and sorting plastic waste; recycling and processing technologies; and creating value from postrecycled plastics. The accelerator program will help selected startups seek funding from companies and investors, along with a range of global resources to address these focus areas, according to a news release issued by Plug and Play..

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