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Arbe Robotics

Arbe Robotics

Arbe Robotics is a company founded by Kobi Marenko, Noam Arkind and Oz Fixman.

Arbe is building car’s eyes and brains using a High-Resolution Radar, enabling cars to “see” the environment in any weather and any lighting condition, to long, mid and short ranges, in any azimuth, elevation, range and Doppler.

Timeline

December 2019
Arbe Robotics raises a $32,000,000 series B round from 360 Capital Partners, AI Alliance, BAIC Capital, Canaan Partners Israel, Catalyst Fund LP, MissionBlue Capital Partners, O.G. Tech, OurCrowd and iAngels.
July 2018
Arbe Robotics raises a $10,000,000 series A round from 360 Capital Partners, Canaan Partners Israel, Maniv Mobility, O.G. Tech, OurCrowd, Taya Ventures and iAngels.
April 2016
Arbe Robotics raises a $650,000 seed round from Canaan Partners and Taya Ventures.
2015
Arbe Robotics was founded by Kobi Marenko, Noam Arkind and Oz Fixman.

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Ayelet Gross Tobias

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Aria Alamalhodaei
April 19, 2021
TechCrunch
Tel Aviv-based ultra-high resolution radar startup Arbe Robotics has a new customer: Chinese autonomous driving company AutoX, which has procured 400,000 Arbe-based radar systems to go in its Level 4 fleet. The companies said in a statement that Arbe's platform addresses "core issues" that have been the source of recent AV motor accidents, such as [...]
Kirsten Korosec
March 22, 2021
TechCrunch
The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here -- just click The Station -- to receive it every Saturday in your inbox. Hi friends and new readers, welcome to The Station, a newsletter dedicated to all the present and future ways people and packages move from Point A to Point [...]
Luke Dormehl
January 13, 2021
Digital Trends
Most autonomous cars use lidar and other light-based sensors to see the world around them. But what if they could use radar, too?

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