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[Funding alert] NYC-based Skyline Robotics Secures $9.8M in Pre-Series A-2 Round Funding

NYC-based Skyline Robotics Secures $9.8M in Pre-Series A-2 Round Funding. Leading the round, which raised the total to $19.4 million, was Standard Skyline, with participation from HNW individuals and Durst Ventures, the Durst Organization's venture capital investment arm.

NYC-based Skyline Robotics Secures $9.8M in Pre-Series A-2 Round Funding. Leading the round, which raised the total to $19.4 million, was Standard Skyline, with participation from HNW individuals and Durst Ventures, the Durst Organization’s venture capital investment arm.

The funds will be utilised by the company to formalise a new construction line of business, expand the R&D team in order to improve Ozmo’s service offerings, and support Ozmo’s expansion into NYC and London.

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Skyline Robotics is a tech robotics and automation firm led by CEO Michael Brown. Ozmo, the company’s flagship product, is a $40 billion window cleaning robot that competes with people in the window cleaning market. Ozmo integrates cutting-edge robotics and sensors with computer vision, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.

With Principle Cleaning Services, the business has announced that Ozmo window-cleaning robots would soon be a sight in London skylines. As part of its plan to get the robot into cities and towers worldwide, Skyline has also obtained important patents from Singapore and Japan.

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About Skyline Robotics

The objective of founding Skyline Robotics was to build a better tomorrow, today. A group of innovative developers come together at Skyline with a clear vision of a future where robots help people with daily tasks and labour.

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Mechatronics, software engineering, and robotics provide the foundation of their shared knowledge. They are bringing the much-needed revolutionary modernization to an antiquated industry, like window cleaning, which hasn’t changed since it was founded over a century ago.

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