Tando indoor drone gets $15M capital boost to go global
Indoor Robotics, an Israeli drone technology startup, has raised $15 million in Series A funding to boost the production of its automated security robot, Tando. The indoor drone, which is already in use at several warehouses, data centers, malls, and retail establishments, can be used for other functions also, such as monitoring temperature and air quality.
“We reimagined what a drone was capable of and combined human-like capabilities with AI tools to enable next-generation security and monitoring,” explains Doron Ben David, cofounder and CEO of Indoor Robotics.
Tando uses multiple sensors and proprietary algorithms to map and navigate in any indoor space. The drone can autonomously navigate above or around any items in its path, which allows it to secure and monitor large areas. When it’s not in flight, the drone docks on a charging and monitoring station mounted on the ceiling and functions as a security camera.
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