Airobotics puts US in focus following record year of ‘hyper-growth’ in 2018

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Airobotics made record growth in 2018, success which has led to the expansion of its executive team in its new global HQ in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The move follows a successful round of Series D funding and coincided with the introduction of aerial LiDAR capabilities.

The company claims it is now poised for accelerated growth with executive appointments of William Atkins as CFO and Rick Baker as CRO.

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Raw LiDAR data can now be captured and processed quickly in the cloud, allowing Airobotics’ customers to make effective decisions based on high-frequency, consistent data capture.

Airobotics says its drones can work with various payloads and in addition to LiDAR, spatial data can also be captured using photogrammetry, video, and infra-red.

Airobotics CEO and co-founder, Ran Krauss, said: “This past year has seen a huge period of growth for us. As we expand our services and shift our base of operations to the US, we continue to push advancements in autonomous drone operations, global regulatory approvals and new technology.”

 

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