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Founded Year

2016

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$6.05M

Valuation

$0000 

About American Robotics

American Robotics is an agricultural automation and data analytics company specializing in cloud-connected, smart drones. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Marlborough, Massachusetts. On May 17th, 2021, American Robotics was acquired by Ondas Holdings.6M.

Headquarters Location

53 Brigham Street

Marlborough, Massachusetts, 01752,

United States

516-528-2434

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American Robotics's Products & Differentiators

    Scout™

    Fully-automated, AI-powered unmanned aircraft with advanced imaging payloads.

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Expert Collections containing American Robotics

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

American Robotics is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Agriculture Technology (Agtech).

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Agriculture Technology (Agtech)

2,418 items

Companies in the agtech space, such as equipment manufacturers, surveying drones, geospatial intelligence firms, and farm management platforms

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Robotics

1,974 items

This collection includes startups developing autonomous ground robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, robotic arms, and underwater drones, among other robotic systems. This collection also includes companies developing operating systems and vision modules for robots.

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Aerospace & Space Tech

2,709 items

These companies provide a variety of solutions, ranging from industrial drones to electrical vertical takeoff vehicles, space launch systems to satellites, and everything in between

American Robotics Patents

American Robotics has filed 5 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • application programming interfaces
  • avionics
  • control engineering
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

11/28/2017

11/23/2021

Sensors, Aircraft instruments, Spatial data analysis, Avionics, Air traffic control

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Application Date

11/28/2017

Grant Date

11/23/2021

Title

Related Topics

Sensors, Aircraft instruments, Spatial data analysis, Avionics, Air traffic control

Status

Grant

Latest American Robotics News

Argentina designs multi-purpose UGV

May 11, 2023

by Victor Barreira The Mula UGV by American Robotics from Argentina was designed to deploy several types of payloads. (Victor Barreira) Argentinean unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) company American Robotics designed a multi-purpose, modular, tracked UGV capable of being equipped with several payloads, company's CEO Javier Sebastián Mirich told Janes. The UGV – designated the Mula (Mule in English) – is being developed alongside the Research and Development General Directorate of the Argentine Army (DGID), Sebastián Mirich said. A prototype is scheduled to be built in late 2023, he added. The Mula UGV was designed to conduct a wide range of combat and non-combat missions, including logistics, search and rescue (SAR), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), forward communications node, and reconnaissance. It can carry several payloads, including a remote weapon station (RWS) armed with a 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, stretchers, a manipulator arm, radio relay equipment, firefighting devices, and water and fuel tanks, among other items to support troops on the battlefield. by Victor Barreira The Mula UGV by American Robotics from Argentina was designed to deploy several types of payloads. (Victor Barreira) Argentinean unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) company American Robotics designed a multi-purpose, modular, tracked UGV capable of being equipped with several payloads, company's CEO Javier Sebastián Mirich told Janes. The UGV – designated the Mula (Mule in English) – is being developed alongside the Research and Development General Directorate of the Argentine Army (DGID), Sebastián Mirich said. A prototype is scheduled to be built in late 2023, he added. The Mula UGV was designed to conduct a wide range of combat and non-combat missions, including logistics, search and rescue (SAR), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), forward communications node, and reconnaissance. It can carry several payloads, including a remote weapon station (RWS) armed with a 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, stretchers, a manipulator arm, radio relay equipment, firefighting devices, and water and fuel tanks, among other items to support troops on the battlefield. by Victor Barreira The Mula UGV by American Robotics from Argentina was designed to deploy several types of payloads. (Victor Barreira) Argentinean unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) company American Robotics designed a multi-purpose, modular, tracked UGV capable of being equipped with several payloads, company's CEO Javier Sebastián Mirich told Janes. The UGV – designated the Mula (Mule in English) – is being developed alongside the Research and Development General Directorate of the Argentine Army (DGID), Sebastián Mirich said. A prototype is scheduled to be built in late 2023, he added. The Mula UGV was designed to conduct a wide range of combat and non-combat missions, including logistics, search and rescue (SAR), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), forward communications node, and reconnaissance. It can carry several payloads, including a remote weapon station (RWS) armed with a 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, stretchers, a manipulator arm, radio relay equipment, firefighting devices, and water and fuel tanks, among other items to support troops on the battlefield. by Victor Barreira The Mula UGV by American Robotics from Argentina was designed to deploy several types of payloads. (Victor Barreira) Argentinean unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) company American Robotics designed a multi-purpose, modular, tracked UGV capable of being equipped with several payloads, company's CEO Javier Sebastián Mirich told Janes. The UGV – designated the Mula (Mule in English) – is being developed alongside the Research and Development General Directorate of the Argentine Army (DGID), Sebastián Mirich said. A prototype is scheduled to be built in late 2023, he added. The Mula UGV was designed to conduct a wide range of combat and non-combat missions, including logistics, search and rescue (SAR), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), forward communications node, and reconnaissance. It can carry several payloads, including a remote weapon station (RWS) armed with a 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, stretchers, a manipulator arm, radio relay equipment, firefighting devices, and water and fuel tanks, among other items to support troops on the battlefield. by Victor Barreira The Mula UGV by American Robotics from Argentina was designed to deploy several types of payloads. (Victor Barreira) Argentinean unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) company American Robotics designed a multi-purpose, modular, tracked UGV capable of being equipped with several payloads, company's CEO Javier Sebastián Mirich told Janes. The UGV – designated the Mula (Mule in English) – is being developed alongside the Research and Development General Directorate of the Argentine Army (DGID), Sebastián Mirich said. A prototype is scheduled to be built in late 2023, he added. The Mula UGV was designed to conduct a wide range of combat and non-combat missions, including logistics, search and rescue (SAR), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), forward communications node, and reconnaissance. It can carry several payloads, including a remote weapon station (RWS) armed with a 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, stretchers, a manipulator arm, radio relay equipment, firefighting devices, and water and fuel tanks, among other items to support troops on the battlefield. by Victor Barreira The Mula UGV by American Robotics from Argentina was designed to deploy several types of payloads. (Victor Barreira) Argentinean unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) company American Robotics designed a multi-purpose, modular, tracked UGV capable of being equipped with several payloads, company's CEO Javier Sebastián Mirich told Janes. The UGV – designated the Mula (Mule in English) – is being developed alongside the Research and Development General Directorate of the Argentine Army (DGID), Sebastián Mirich said. A prototype is scheduled to be built in late 2023, he added. The Mula UGV was designed to conduct a wide range of combat and non-combat missions, including logistics, search and rescue (SAR), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), forward communications node, and reconnaissance. It can carry several payloads, including a remote weapon station (RWS) armed with a 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, stretchers, a manipulator arm, radio relay equipment, firefighting devices, and water and fuel tanks, among other items to support troops on the battlefield. by Victor Barreira The Mula UGV by American Robotics from Argentina was designed to deploy several types of payloads. (Victor Barreira) Argentinean unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) company American Robotics designed a multi-purpose, modular, tracked UGV capable of being equipped with several payloads, company's CEO Javier Sebastián Mirich told Janes. The UGV – designated the Mula (Mule in English) – is being developed alongside the Research and Development General Directorate of the Argentine Army (DGID), Sebastián Mirich said. A prototype is scheduled to be built in late 2023, he added. The Mula UGV was designed to conduct a wide range of combat and non-combat missions, including logistics, search and rescue (SAR), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), forward communications node, and reconnaissance. It can carry several payloads, including a remote weapon station (RWS) armed with a 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, stretchers, a manipulator arm, radio relay equipment, firefighting devices, and water and fuel tanks, among other items to support troops on the battlefield. by Victor Barreira The Mula UGV by American Robotics from Argentina was designed to deploy several types of payloads. (Victor Barreira) Argentinean unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) company American Robotics designed a multi-purpose, modular, tracked UGV capable of being equipped with several payloads, company's CEO Javier Sebastián Mirich told Janes. The UGV – designated the Mula (Mule in English) – is being developed alongside the Research and Development General Directorate of the Argentine Army (DGID), Sebastián Mirich said. A prototype is scheduled to be built in late 2023, he added. The Mula UGV was designed to conduct a wide range of combat and non-combat missions, including logistics, search and rescue (SAR), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), forward communications node, and reconnaissance. It can carry several payloads, including a remote weapon station (RWS) armed with a 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, stretchers, a manipulator arm, radio relay equipment, firefighting devices, and water and fuel tanks, among other items to support troops on the battlefield.

American Robotics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was American Robotics founded?

    American Robotics was founded in 2016.

  • Where is American Robotics's headquarters?

    American Robotics's headquarters is located at 53 Brigham Street, Marlborough.

  • What is American Robotics's latest funding round?

    American Robotics's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did American Robotics raise?

    American Robotics raised a total of $6.05M.

  • Who are the investors of American Robotics?

    Investors of American Robotics include Ondas Holdings, Paycheck Protection Program and AIRX Innovation.

  • Who are American Robotics's competitors?

    Competitors of American Robotics include Saga Robotics and 5 more.

  • What products does American Robotics offer?

    American Robotics's products include Scout™ and 2 more.

  • Who are American Robotics's customers?

    Customers of American Robotics include Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Stockpile Reports.

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