Civ Robotics raises $5 million in seed funding round

Civ Robotics raises $5 million in seed funding round

SAN FRANCISCO, September 21, 2022 (Globe Newswire) – civilian robots Today I announced a $5 million seed funding round led by The following is the investment capital And the alley robotics projectsshared by Trimble Ventures.

Civ Robotics’ standalone scanning solution, sword dotis an unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), designed for civil engineering and infrastructure projects, such as solar farms, roads, data centers, and power plants to name a few.

“The construction industry is facing the challenges of a labor shortage, and CivDot is promoting efficiency and safety at work, while driving projects forward from the start,” said Tom Yechuron, co-founder and CEO of Civ Robotics. “previously, massCivDots, the leading EPC manufacturer, among a variety of surveyors, has adopted CivDots. Today’s funding illustrates the opportunity for us as a company to build the world around us.”

“We focus on investing in companies that seek to address critical challenges in markets that align with Trimble’s mission of changing the way the world works. Civ Robotics technology supports surveyors and field workers and helps remove repetitive and risky workload,” said Aviad Al Majour, Vice President, Technology Innovation at Trimble and Technology Advisor to Trimble Ventures. “Civ Robotics uses Trimble’s high-accuracy GNSS positioning technology and survey software to improve productivity and increase safety. This is an exciting opportunity to help accelerate innovation in autonomy, survey and construction.”

according to Oxford EconomicsThe global construction market surpassed $10 trillion in 2020, with $3.4 trillion spent on large infrastructure projects. Over the next decade, thanks to the Infrastructure and Jobs Investment Act passed nearly a year ago, $1.2 trillion will be spent on investments in roads, renewable energy, and other large public works projects in the United States. To fill these jobs, they pushed the push toward automation technologies, such as CivDot.

“This round is an example of our proactive model for empowering founders to drive revenue and increase customer lifetime value. CivDot fills a massive labor void that has only been exacerbated by the pandemic and fueled by the federal government’s trillion-dollar investment in infrastructure and climate initiatives. We look forward to enabling its products to become the most importance in the construction site,” said Oliver Mitchell, Partner of ff Venture Capital.

CivDot locates thousands of coordinates daily with accuracy and efficiency, while rendering layouts up to 8 times faster than traditional (manual) scanning methods.

“Civ Robotics builds and deploys leading-edge solutions to critical problems facing the construction industry,” said Abe Murray, Managing Partner at Alley Robotics Ventures. “We invest in companies that solve the world’s problems using robotics and industrial automation. Civ Robotics combines deep technical innovation with the proven ability to deploy their solution in the real world.”

The $5 million seed funding from Civ Robotics will fuel the sales, marketing, technology development and growth of its team in both the United States and Tel Aviv, Israel, where the company’s research and development is based.

About Civ . Bots
civilian robots It is an independent survey solution for civil engineering and infrastructure projects. The company’s main product, sword dot, is an unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) that locates thousands of coordinates daily with precision and efficiency for large construction projects, while empowering a workforce facing labor shortages and subsequent delays. At the push of a button and in a fraction of the time, Civ Robotics’ autonomous systems are revolutionizing projects including solar farms, roads, data centers, power plants, industrial development and large infrastructure. Learn more by:

Steve Stratz
Relevanz PR for Civilian Robots

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