Gecko Robotics Stock

geckorobotics.comIndustrial / RoboticsFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $224MM

Gecko Robotics, founded in 2013, is the developer of robotics designed to inspect critical infrastructure and provide insight into asset health. The company’s product is a wall-climbing robot that uses ultrasound sensors and high-definition visual cameras to perform non-destructive inspections. Gecko Robotics then uses AI-powered data to provide customers with an understanding of the current and future health of their physical assets.

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Team

Management Team

Jake Loosararian
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Troy Demmer
Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer
Bruno Pontes
Chief Operating Officer

Board Members

Gaetano Crupi
US Innovative Technology Fund
Mark Kvamme
Drive Capital
Trae Stephens
Founders Fund

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News Highlights

Gecko Robotics raises $100M Series C extension, adds board members to intensify defense focus
Dirty, dull, and dangerous tasks such as inspections of fuel tanks or military systems are ideal for robots. Gecko Robotics Inc., which has developed software and robots to help maintain and build critical infrastructure, today announced an extension of its Series C funding. The Pittsburgh-based company has raised a total of $173 million in this round.
America’s Bridges, Factories and Highways Are in Dire Need of Repairs. Bring in the Robots.
The magnetic wall climbers Shell is using are made by a Pittsburgh-based startup called, appropriately, Gecko Robotics. After testing the Gecko robots at Geismar, Shell plans to expand their use to offshore facilities.
Gecko Robotics Secures $5M Maintenance Support Contract for US Navy Ships
Gecko Robotics has signed a $5-million agreement with Huntington Ingalls Industries to “increase speed and quality” of maintenance cycles for US Navy surface ships.
Updated on: Apr 15, 2024

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