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Acquired - II | Acquired

Total Raised


About 3D Robotics

3D Robotics provides fully-autonomous aircraft and open UAV platforms. Its applications include agriculture, search and rescue, wildlife management, video production, environmental science, and medicine.On June 11th, 2021, 3D Robotics was acquired by Kitty Hawk. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

3D Robotics Headquarter Location

1608 4th Street Suite 410

Berkeley, California, 94710,

United States


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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned 3D Robotics in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Jun 26, 2019.

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Latest 3D Robotics News

Global Commercial UAV Market (2021 to 2027) - Featuring 3D Robotics, Aero360 and AirPix Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com

May 5, 2022

May 05, 2022 01:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time This report evaluates the commercial UAV ecosystem including vendors and service providers with an assessment of strategies, solutions, products, and services. The report analyzes the market for UAVs as well as supporting hardware, software, and services. The report also evaluates drone use cases and applicability of UAVs by type with consideration for various solution areas including imaging, surveillance, and more. The report provides revenue and sales volume for UAVs by type with global, regional, and major country forecasts from 2022 through 2027. The report also provides a global analysis of drone applications by a use case in industry verticals including agriculture, real estate, energy operations, and more. This report also evaluates supporting technologies important to unmanned aircraft systems and provides market sizing for energy and propulsion systems, automation systems, collision avoidance systems, airspace protection (including UAV jamming), onboard data processing, and communication data links, and RRF spectrum capacity management. The report also provides additional market analysis and forecasting for ancillary drone applications and services including the UAV app development ecosystem and UAVs-as-a-Service with analysis and forecasts for use cases in industry verticals including maintenance and inspection, filming, and photography, surveillance, package delivery, and more. Companies Mentioned Drones as a service for scientific research solutions will reach $8.5 billion by 2027 UAV driven global market for collision avoidance systems will reach $1.7 billion by 2027 Market for rotary UAVs will be almost three times greater than fixed-wing drones through 2026 Leading drones-as-a-service solutions are high ROI apps driven by cost avoidance of other solutions Driven by UAV growth and security concerns, the global airspace protection market will reach $1.9 billion by 2026 Biggest UAV market drivers are enterprise and industrial segments as well as local and state government smart city solutions In addition to the above, the report provides an assessment of the impact of UAVs on the global economy. For example, it is expected that the total economic impact of commercial drone-enabled services will be $30.9 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 50.2% through 2028. Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are generally segmented into systems that are remotely piloted and those that have at least some degree of autonomous operation. While the consumer market is becoming increasingly interested in small unmanned aircraft systems (a subset of all UAS, typically flown for hobby and recreational purposes), the type and number of applications for UAS for business applications are rapidly expanding across a diverse array of industry verticals. The global Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market comprises commercial and military applications. Commercial drone technology includes energy and propulsion systems, automation systems, collision avoidance systems, airspace protection, onboard data processing, communication data links, and radio frequency spectrum capacity. The commercial drone market segment comprises hardware, software, and services. By way of example, drone hardware includes fixed-wing drones, rotary bland drones, nano-drones, and hybrid drones. Leading companies such as Amazon are in the early stages of deployments intended for widespread use of UAVs for retail delivery and related logistics. Drones are also anticipated to be used extensively in public safety including law enforcement, and search and rescue operations. In addition, commercial drone services companies are anticipated to make a big impact on enterprise and industrial business operations. Drone-enabled services include mapping, survey, and inspection services of critical assets such as wind turbines, utility assets, and commercial properties. Accordingly, this research sees both stand-alone services companies as well as those integrated with communications service providers. By way of example, Verizon Communications purchased Skyward, which provides drone solutions to a variety of companies. The introduction of 5G and expansion of Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) infrastructure is anticipated to be a major catalyst for expanded and richer UAV/drone use cases. Greater capacity and significantly lower latency afforded by 5G and MEC enable improved control and more sustainable flight. This will be the case, especially in industrial automation environments involving outdoor facilities as well as enterprise asset support services such as monitoring, inspection, and surveillance. Key Topics Covered:

  • When was 3D Robotics founded?

    3D Robotics was founded in 2009.

  • Where is 3D Robotics's headquarters?

    3D Robotics's headquarters is located at 1608 4th Street, Berkeley.

  • What is 3D Robotics's latest funding round?

    3D Robotics's latest funding round is Acquired - II.

  • How much did 3D Robotics raise?

    3D Robotics raised a total of $178.95M.

  • Who are the investors of 3D Robotics?

    Investors of 3D Robotics include WebIQ.

  • Who are 3D Robotics's competitors?

    Competitors of 3D Robotics include DroneDeploy and 6 more.

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