Founded in November 2016 by software industry veterans, Clobotics is a computer vision technology company with offices around the world.

Clobotics’ end-to-end solutions combine computer vision, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and data analytics software with different hardware form factors, including autonomous drones, mobile applications and other IoT devices. Our solutions help companies automate time-intensive and often dangerous operational processes, increasing efficiencies and improving business performance through the use of real-time, data-driven insights and analysis.

We are currently serving enterprise customers in the retail and wind power industries. We are proud to have industry leaders such as Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, General Electric and Vattenfall as our partners. Recently, Clobotics was named to the CNBC Upstart 100 List. In the latest BloombergNEF report on computer vision, Clobotics was also highlighted as an important computer vision solution provider for the industrial sector.

Our Mission

We digitize, analyze, automate and predict to empower our customers. Clobotics is a computer vision company. We build state-of-the art systems – hardware and software – that digitize the physical world, giving our retail and wind industry customers the insights they need to improve their business performance.

Clobotics Values

Our employees are spread around the world, but Clobotics builds culture and connections through an emphasis on our values. We look for these qualities when we interview potential employees, we recognize them in our daily work and we reward them during our regular performance reviews.

Curious

Always asking questions and seeking a deeper understanding

Positive

The glass is always half full for "Clobotiators!"

Growth, Resilience, Instinct, Tenacity (GRIT)

We are big fans of Peak Learning's AQ measure and GRIT framework

Meet a Clobotiator Series

Alex Poulsen - Inspection Technician

Alex grew up in Esbjerg, Denmark. He began working for Clobotics doing data handling, but soon found himself flying drones and conducting inspections all over the world. Alex is inspired by the challenge of doing something better each time he attempts it.

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Claire Chen - Chief Operating Officer

Claire knew from the time she was three years old that she wanted to be a business woman!

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Tianyi Pan - Computer Vision/Machine Learning (CVML) Engineer

Tianyi was all set to be a film maker and then AlphaGo beat the world’s best Go player and he was inspired to make a change.

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Lisa Emily Petersen - Video Editor

Lisa is our itinerant video editor, making amazing video content for Clobotics as she travels around Europe in her “little blue van.”

Company History

NOV

2016

George Yan, Claire Chen, Yan Ke and Zhao Li found Clobotics as a computer vision company.

JUNE

2017

Initial $5 million of capital raised.

OCT

2018

Launch of initial Windspector blade inspection service.

2018

Clobotics lands first contract with Coca Cola in China.

JUNE

2019

Windspector v2 releases to market

Mar / Aug

2020

Clobotics acquires AtSite and FineTune adding European and Wind expertise

JUNE

2020

Clobotics launches v3.0 of blade inspection service, passes 9,000 turbines inspected worldwide

MAR

2021

Pre-B investment round raises $64MM.

Apr

2021

Clobotics Wind Services launches v4.0 of our Clobotics IBIS drone.

Join the Clobotics Team

Clobotics is a technology and mission driven company that is always looking for people inspired by our journey and interested in joining us.

Clobotics Investors

Recent News

In the Press

Clobotics completes $30MM capital raise to fund continued acceleration of business results

Shanghai/Seattle/Denmark – Clobotics announced today that the company has completed its Series Pre-B-4 capital raise and received an additional $30 million of investment towards its goal of “turning sight into insight” for customers in the wind and retail point of sale industries. Clobotics uses computer vision technology to help customers in two industry verticals: For […]

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In the Press

Case Study: Drones with brains and shelves with eyes — digitalizing the physical world

1st November 2018: In the wind energy sector, the usual way to inspect wind turbines is to send a five-person team up each tower. The technicians use ropes and harnesses to make their way up and down the blades, which could be from 40 to 80 meters long. They visually inspect each one while dangling […]

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POV: Why Clobotics believes that 1+1=3 when it comes to automating blade inspections

This article was first published on the 8th June 2021 As the wind industry matures and the market for external blade inspections continues to expand, automating this essential task is crucial to cost effectively gaining the insight needed to guide maintenance activities and optimize energy production. At Clobotics, we believe that only by investing in […]

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POV: Making the Case for More Frequent Blade Inspections

This article was first published on the 30th November 2020 All of us who love wind power know that the key to continued adoption is the relentless pursuit of lower costs on two major fronts: initial capital cost and ongoing operations and maintenance (O&M) costs. At Clobotics, our mission is to digitalize, analyze, automate and […]

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POV: The case for open standards around blade inspections

This article was first published on the 9th February 2021 Today practically all utility scale wind turbines are equipped with SCADA control systems. This has, in turn, paved the way for the advent of Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS), which have seen rapid adoption in recent years. All of this means that data is being generated […]

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