Wibotic, a Seattle, WA-based provider of wireless power and battery intelligence solutions for the robotic industry, secured $2.5m in seed funding.
The round was led by Tsing Capital with participation from Comet Labs, Digi Labs, W Fund, WRF Capital and Wisemont Capital.
The new funds will be used primarily to enhance product development and increase sales and marketing activities.
Founded in 2015 by CEO Ben Waters, WiBotic provides wireless power and battery intelligence solutions that enhance the uptime and working efficiency of aerial, mobile and aquatic robot fleets.
When a robot approaches, or when a drone lands near the WiBotic wireless charging platform, it automatically detects its presence and wirelessly charges the battery. This enables robotic systems to work fully autonomously for the lifetime of the battery.
for the ecosystem of Its solutions help companies optimize the uptime of robot fleets and are an integral component of fully autonomous robotic operations.