Landshut / Munich, Germany, 08. April 2020. Bayern Kapital, the venture capital organisation of the German State of Bavaria, has once more invested in the Munich-based high-tech start-up Robotise via its fund “Wachstumsfonds Bayern” (Growth Fund Bavaria) as part of a financing round. Other investors included are several private individuals as well as the family office of a mid-sized business, which is a global leader in its area of “Industrial Automation”. Robotise has developed a sophisticated service robot, which is able to autonomously perform a range of repetitive intralogistical tasks within buildings and organisations. Robotise’s first modular service robot is named JEEVES and can be monitored and controlled via the Robotise Cloud. JEEVES will be primarily used in hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, large medical practices and nursing homes as well as in hotels, office buildings and airports by relieving nursing and service staff of simple, repetitive tasks. With the funds from the financing round, the further development and expansion of the Robotise fleet will be continued as part of a platform strategy. Bayern Kapital had already invested in Robotise in 2018 via its fund “Innovationsfonds Bayern” (Innovation Fund Bavaria).