Robotic Skies Raises New Investment to Grow Drone Support Services

Robotic Skies, Inc, the first and only global maintenance marketplace for commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), announced today a new round of funding to support continued growth and technology development. San Francisco-based Thayer Ventures is leading the round with participation from existing investors Boeing HorizonX Global Ventures, Cerracap Ventures, Kickstart Seed Fund, Sun Mountain Capital, and new investors Side X Side Management.

“With this funding, we will continue to develop our marketplace, connecting UAS operators with the highly qualified and local technicians they demand through our global network of certified service centers,” said Brad Hayden, Robotic Skies CEO and Founder. “Industry regulations continue to develop and require certified technicians to maintain commercial UAS performing complex operations.”

Robotic Skies provides local certified maintenance solutions designed to scale with the needs of enterprise UAS fleet operators and is uniquely positioned to support the growing Advanced Air Mobility industry. The global Robotic Skies Service Center network consists of more than 200 independently owned and operated aviation repair stations to serve the UAS market.

“We are excited to further our investment in the emerging air mobility market. Innovators like Robotic Skies have the power to disrupt and advance the aerospace industry with new business models supporting next-generation aircraft technology,” said Mark Farrell, Partner at Thayer Ventures.

Thayer Ventures
Founded in 2009, Thayer Ventures has built the preeminent venture platform for travel and transportation technology entrepreneurs to leverage unequaled counsel from our experienced team, strategic LPs, industry-leading advisors and the entire Thayer portfolio ecosystem.

Learn more at http://www.thayerventures.com.

Robotic Skies, Inc
Robotic Skies is a global network of maintenance Service Centers for commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and Advanced Air Mobility aircraft (AAM). Founded in 2014, Robotic Skies has more than 200 independently owned and operated certified repair stations in its network, spanning more than 40 countries. Robotic Skies aviation-grade field service programs are flexible, scalable, and meet the regulatory requirements for next-generation aircraft operations.

Learn more at http://www.roboticskies.com.

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