Posts Tagged: ROCSYS

ROCSYS raises an additional $6.3 million for its robotic EV charging solutions

How will self-driving EVs charge themselves without human intervention? The Dutch firm ROCSYS believes its robotic charging system is the answer. The company recently raised $6.3 million from exisiting investors Forward.One and Superangel in a new funding round. ROCSYS will use the new funding to scale up its activities throughout Europe and to launch a… Read more »

ROCSYS, Grivix and VDL ETS cooperate on robotic fast charging for heavy-duty EVs

Three Dutch companies have partnered to develop a robotic charging solution for heavy-duty EVs. ROCSYS, a supplier of plug-in robots, Grivix, which makes automated high-power vehicle inlets, and VDL ETS, a charging test and validation specialist, are working together to develop the system. Using the new charging solution, an e-truck or e-bus will automatically request… Read more »

New ROCSYS robotic system automates charging at e-bus depots

Ebusco is a supplier of electric buses and depot chargers, while ROCSYS supplies plug-in robots. The two Dutch companies are working together on a system to automate charging at bus depots, using a robotically-controlled CCS charging system. “The advantages of automating bus depots are many and varied,” says Peter Bijvelds, CEO of Ebusco. “Automating this… Read more »

ROCSYS automates charging stations with soft robots

ROCSYS founder Crijn Bouman is no stranger to innovation. A self-described “entrepreneur at heart,” Bouman has led two Netherlands-based startups in cleantech, software, and electronics. When his first EV fast charging equipment company Epyon was acquired by ABB almost a decade ago, he stayed on as Head of Product Management for its charging portfolio for… Read more »

Automated charging startup ROCSYS completes new investment round

Dutch startup ROCSYS, which is focused on developing automated EV chargers, has completed its seed investment round, led by Estonia-based investing company Superangel as well as Forward.one, a Dutch venture capital fund focused on high-tech hardware. This latest round follows previous funding by Dutch investment fund UNIIQ. As the auto industry continues to develop self-parking… Read more »