Pix Moving (HAX 02) received a fresh round of capital to herald the future of autonomous mobility. PIX is fundamentally disrupting how robots and smart vehicles that provide urban services are designed and manufactured. The smart vehicle chassis platform Ultra-Skateboard™ adopts a brand new architecture of software-defined-vehicle, along with PIX’s proprietary development tool chains, it is significantly simplifying the R&D process and lowering the innovation entry barrier for smart vehicles and city robots, creating a diversified and prosperous application ecosystem.
The $10M Series A, led by TIS, will bring self-driving robots to retirement communities to help solve the labor shortage in the aging population. “The skateboard can be scaled to various sizes and topped with different bodies, which suits an electric vehicle market with fast-changing products and lowers the barrier to EV manufacturing,” said Pix Moving founder and CEO Angelo Yu.
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