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Robotic Skies Raises Seed Round for Drone Repair Network

Robotic Skies, LLC, which manages a community of UAS restore stations has raised a spherical of seed funding led by Kickstart Seed Fund of Salt Lake City, Utah.Sun Mountain Capital of Santa Fe, New Mexico additionally participated. The capital will speed up the growth of the Robotic Skies upkeep community for high-end business drones.

“We are very excited that this group of experienced investors recognizes the unique solutions that Robotic Skies brings to the emerging unmanned aerospace market and decided to join our team,” stated Robotic Skies CEO Brad Hayden. “We look forward to accessing our capital partners’ pools of technical talent and expertise as we grow our network’s supporting infrastructure.”

Robotic Skies is a brokered international community of greater than 150 independently-owned and operated restore stations which have the aviation experience to supply upkeep and repairs on business unmanned techniques. Robotic Skies works with FAA- and aviation authority-approved upkeep organizations at present sustaining manned plane to supply complete area service packages designed to maintain UAS flying safely.

“The team at Robotic Skies is addressing a fundamental need in the surging drone economy and has the opportunity to become the global leader in repair, maintenance, and services for commercial operators and manufacturers of advanced UAS,” stated Dalton Wright, accomplice at Kickstart Seed Fund. “We think the sky is the limit for this company.”

Robotic Skies markets its companies to business UAS producers and enterprise fleet operators. Launched within the spring of 2014, the corporate has constructed a powerful portfolio of shoppers who manufacture or function complicated unmanned techniques, starting from high-end industrial multirotors to optionally piloted plane.

“Brad Hayden has a lifetime of experience in the aviation sector and understands the changing landscape and the opportunity that lies ahead in the global UAS market. He is representative of the innovation and talent New Mexico has to offer and we are excited to back him and his team at Robotic Skies,” stated Lee Rand, Partner at Sun Mountain Capital.

Their launch didn’t disclose the quantity raised.

More details about Kickstart Seed Fund and Sun Mountain Capital is offered at kickstartseedfund.com and sunmountaincapital.com.

Frank Schroth is editor in chief of DroneLife, the authoritative supply for information and evaluation on the drone trade: it’s individuals, merchandise, tendencies, and occasions.
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