Freedom Robotics, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of cloud and on-device software for monitoring, control and management of robots and robotic fleets, closed a $6.6M seed funding.
The round was led by Initialized Capital, with participation from Toyota AI Ventures, Liquid 2 Ventures, Andrew Miklas from S28 Capital, and James Lindenbaum, and existing investors Green Cow Venture Capital, Justin Kan, Josh Buckley, Kevin Mahaffey, and Arianna Simpson.
The company plans to use the funds for the development of its platform and the hiring of top talent.
Founded by Joshua Wilson, Hans Lee, Dimitri Onistsuk, Alex Cutting, and Jonathan Tran, Freedom Robotics is a provider of software infrastructure for modern robotics companies. The company creates mission critical software infrastructure to enable the next generation of robotics companies to build, operate, support and scale robots and robotic fleets. It is platform agnostic and works with any robot and installs in seconds with one line of code in order to allow robotics companies to bring their product to market faster with less resources.
Freedom Robotics is currently being used on robots across all industries, including agriculture, restaurants, factories, warehouse logistics, last mile delivery networks, and many others.