Gecko Robotics

Gecko Robotics

Gecko Robotics is a company developing robots for industrial inspections founded in 2013 by Troy Demmer.

Gecko Robotics is a company that participated in the YC W16 cohort of Y Combinator and raised an estimated $120,000.

Gecko Robotics is a company that looks to develop and operate robots to automate infrastructure inspections. They focus on industrial plant inspections and using means of non-destructive testing technology. Gecko has developed robotics that can climb walls to reduce inspection times. They also are able to maintain critical infrastructures through machines and platforms. Gecko looks to offer regular inspections and captures data.

Timeline

Funding rounds

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Funding type
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Funding round date
Investment
Gecko Robotics Series B Funding Round December 2019
40,000,000
December 2019
3 Results
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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Gokul Rajaram

Investor

Jake Loosararian

Employee

Joshua Sateia

Employee

Kevin Low

Employee

Troy Demmer

Founder

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News

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Jonathan Shieber
December 16, 2019
TechCrunch
Gecko Robotics has landed $40 million in financing as it looks to build an additional 40 robots over the next year to meet what the company sees as growing demand for its safety and infrastructure monitoring services. "We are growing fast solving critical infrastructure problems that affect our lives, and can even save lives," says [...]

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