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14 stories about Airobotics
Airobotics IPO flops, cutbacks imminent
Calcalist has learned that the Israeli UAV company didn't manage to raise the $12 million it had planned at a $50 million valuation, with the demand not even reaching the minimum threshold
Airobotics Shuts Down Israel Manufacture Line, Lays Off 20 Workers
In November, the Israel-founded industrial drone maker announced it was relocating to Scottsdale, Arizona
The Drone Operator is the Most Irrelevant Part of the Drone Operation, Says Airobotics CEO
Airobotics develops weatherproof automated drones that collect aerial data
Airobotics Adds Aerial LiDAR Capabilities to its Automated Drone
Airobotics' drones can now send raw LiDAR data, allowing operators to make real-time decisions
Airobotics Receives FAA Waiver to Fly Drones Beyond Visual Line of Sight
Airobotics operates automatic drones for mining facilities and factories. The waiver permits it to operate in the U.S.
CEO of Automated Drones Company Airobotics Draws the Line at Airborne Firearms
Keren Tsuriel Harari and Meir Orbach
Israel-founded startup Airobotics aims to move beyond security details in factories, mines, and refineries, and secure the U.S.-Mexico border, says CEO
Industrial Drone Startup Airobotics Relocates to Arizona
Airobotics is laying off 25 employees in Israel. The company’s headquarters will be based in Arizona, while its research and development operation remains in Israel
Automated Drone Company Airobotics Raises $30 Million to Fuel Global Expansion
Founded in 2014, Airobotics develops fully autonomous industrial unmanned aerial vehicles for surveying and security purposes in industrial facilities, mining sites, and refineries
Israeli Drone Maker Airobotics Sets Up Shop in Arizona
The company has opened a new Americas headquarters in Scottsdale and intends to hire a team of 80 people
CTech’s Wednesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News
Softbank backs sports analytics company PlaySight.Online travel magazine Culture Trip raises $80 million. Former BP CEO Lord Browne joins board of marine data startup Windward.
Former Facebook Executive Joins Autonomous Drones Company Airobotics
Richard Wooldridge, the former chief operating officer of Facebook's hardware division Building 8, was appointed as chief operating officer at Airobotics
Airobotics Fueled by Additional $10 Million in Funding
In September, drone-maker Airobotics announced a $32.5 million round C funding. Now the company raises additional $10 million from crowdfunding firm OurCrowd. Airobotics raised $71 million to date
Automated Drone Company Airobotics Brings New Business Model to Market
The company, which raised $61 million to date, lists Intel and Israel Chemicals Ltd. as customers
Airobotics Completes $32.5 Million Funding Round
Drone maker Airobotics raised $32.5 Million in round C funding, led by BlueRun Ventures China. The company raised $61 million in investment
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