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$250K | 3 yrs ago

About ReconRobotics

ReconRobotics is a provider in tactical, micro-robot systems. The company's robots have been deployed by the U.S. military and international friendly forces, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, bomb squads and fire/rescue teams. Each day, they use the company's mobile Recon Scout and Throwbot devices to protect personnel, minimize collateral damage, and gain immediate reconnaissance within dangerous and hostile environments.

Headquarters Location

7620 W 78th Street

Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55439,

United States


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Expert Collections containing ReconRobotics

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ReconRobotics Patents

ReconRobotics has filed 24 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Cycle types
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Modularity
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Anti-tank mines, Gears, Cycle types, Mechanical engineering, Automotive transmission technologies


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Anti-tank mines, Gears, Cycle types, Mechanical engineering, Automotive transmission technologies



Latest ReconRobotics News

New research contract links LANL and robotics firm

Jul 11, 2012

Crops’ yield focus of talk Miniature robots are about to get an intelligence boost from a new partnership, linking Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and ReconRobotics, Inc. Los Alamos National Laboratory and ReconRobotics, Inc. executives agreed to coordinate on technical advances for the robotics company’s line of tactical micro-robot systems. From left, David Pesiri and David Seigel of the LANL Technology Transfer office, and Andrew Borene, Andrew Drenner, and Patrick McKinney of ReconRobotics. Representatives from the two organizations announced today that they have signed a cooperative research and development agreement to “identify, evaluate and develop a range of mutually beneficial technologies,” efforts that will assist LANL in its mission-related activities for the U.S. Department of Energy and create value for ReconRobotics shareholders. Among the areas of research are systems related to sensing technologies, communications and autonomy. “This is an exciting partnership, we can really have an impact in the transition from laboratory ideas to real-world technology improvements,” said David Pesiri, LANL’s Technology Transfer division leader, “especially involving a firm such as ReconRobotics with an established track record for such clients as the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.” The robotics firm is known for its tactical micro-robot systems such as the Throwbot® XT, a throwable micro-robot weighing 1.2 pounds that provides both video and audio reconnaissance of dangerous or hostile environments. More than 2,000 of the company’s micro-robot systems are deployed by the U.S. military in Afghanistan, and in June the company announced an IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity) contract with the U.S. Army for another 1,000 units. In addition, more than 500 law enforcement agencies around the world use these same systems to gain immediate situational awareness and greater standoff distance during high-risk SWAT and counter-terrorism operations. “We believe that this collaboration will enable our company to bring unique, life-saving reconnaissance capabilities to our customers in the near future,” said Patrick McKinney, chief operating officer for ReconRobotics. “We are honored to be working with the world-class team at Los Alamos, and we are very excited about leveraging our collective capabilities to solve the real-world challenges that our warfighters and first responders face every day.” Read and share your thoughts on this story Ad Gallery

ReconRobotics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is ReconRobotics's headquarters?

    ReconRobotics's headquarters is located at 7620 W 78th Street, Minneapolis.

  • What is ReconRobotics's latest funding round?

    ReconRobotics's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did ReconRobotics raise?

    ReconRobotics raised a total of $2.59M.

  • Who are the investors of ReconRobotics?

    Investors of ReconRobotics include Paycheck Protection Program, Prairie Winds Capital, Brookings Angel Fund, St. Cloud RAIN Fund, Greater Opportunities and 5 more.

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