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PowerON liquidator explores selling business as going concern

The highly-touted robotics firm was tipped into liquidation last week after it failed to secure new funding.

PowerON had developed sensor technology which enabled touch for robots, informing how much force was needed to grab something.

A potential sale of Auckland-based robotics firm PowerON, which collapsed last week, will need the cooperation of one of its major shareholders, Auckland UniServices, the first liquidator report shows.

The startup, which was incorporated in 2019 and specialised in soft sensor technology that enabled

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