Freedom Robotics

Freedom Robotics

A software company that specializes in making products for the robotics industry. It was founded in 2018 and is located in San Francisco, California.

Freedom Robotics is a San Francisco-based technology company that designs and produces software for robotics. It has services for monitoring, control, management, and analysis. It can be used for both large and small fleets of robotics.

Product

The company's services can be integrated into a client's existing robotics platform. The monitoring features allows for clients to observe system resources, bandwidth, and operating system errors. The insights gained through the feature are capable of being shared with others via URL link.

The control feature enables clients to drive and operate their robots through their own desktop or mobile device. Clients can communicate with the robotic fleet using the application programming interface message injection feature. The management feature is meant to be used to organize a client's fleet of robots and is capable of being built, launched, updated, and shut down. The analysis feature constructs graphs based off of the data and statistics collected from the client's robotics.

Timeline

July 2019

Freedom Robotics raises a $6,600,000 seed round from Andrew Miklas, Green Cow Ventur­e Capital, Justin Kan, Toyota AI Ventures, Initialized Capital, Josh Buckley, Arianna Simpson, James Lindenbaum, Liquid 2 Ventures and Kevin Mahaffey.

2018

Freedom Robotics was founded.

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Dimitri Onistsuk

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Joshua Wilson

Co-Founder and CEO

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Freedom Robotics raises $6.6M to take the hassle out of founding a robotics startup

Brian Heater

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July 23, 2019

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Brian Heater
June 17, 2020
TechCrunch
We knew remotely operated robotics were going to have their moment soon enough -- but few predicted how much the category would be forced to accelerate in 2020. It's true that many of the pieces were already in place, including the technology and the desire to innovate, but a global pandemic turned out to be [...]

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