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MissionSustainable Industry and Living

Lexpluss aims to solve problems by creating sustainability through the use of automation and other technologies.
As a first step, we will support the creation of new added value for industry by reducing the workload and improving the safety of essential workers onsite in the logistics and manufacturing industries.

History

2020

Founded in Kawasaki, Kanagawa in March 2020

2021

March
- Fundrasing from Incubate Fund, SOSV, and others
- Awarded Special Jury Prize at "HiKYAKU LABO" sponsored by Sagawa Express Co.

May
- Selected for HAX Shenzhen, the world's largest hardware accelerator program

Novemember
- Pre-Series A financing from Logistics Innovation Fund, Incubate Fund and others

2022

May
- Open Source Industrial Robotics Program launched
- Official release of "Hybrid-AMR" autonomous transfer robot

Managers

CEO

Masaya Aso

After graduating from the university of Manchester in England, he worked for Bosch Corporation in Japan and Germany on projects related to automated driving. As the Japanese technical director of the world's first Level 4 automated driving system, "Automated Valet Parking System", he was involved in the introduction of the system to the Japanese market and the development of unmanned trucks for logistics. He had been the president of Deep4Drive, the largest voluntary mobility development organization in Japan, and founded LexxPluss in March 2020.

BOD

Atsunori Saito

After working for an independent software house and as a freelance engineer, he became a director of NileWorks, Inc. an agricultural drone startup in 2015, where he was responsible for the development and mass production of automatic flying drones for agriculture. After retirement, he joined LexxPluss as a Seinor Robotics Engineer.

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About Us

Company Name

LexxPluss Inc.

Capital Stock

100 million yen (as of March 2022)

CEO

Masaya Aso

Founded

March 2020

CompanyLocation

Room 211, KBIC Main Building, 7-7 Shinkawasaki, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa, 212-0032, Japan
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