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Our retail customers rely on us to provide the most powerful, accurate and consistent data and insights reflecting the activity of physical stores. And our wind customers depend on us to provide the most reliable, fast and simple turbine blade inspection services. But this is just the beginning of our journey. Our vision is to digitize the physical world with AI, one vertical at a time.

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Business Development Director for Clobotics Retail

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Seattle

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Drones with brains and shelves with eyes — digitalizing the physical world

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 as high as 100 meters above the ground. Given that these are obviously windy conditions, it’s a dangerous activity prone to accidents.

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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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Clobotics and ArthWind partner to lead Brazilian blade inspection market

Clobotics and ArthWind announce Drone as a Service partnership

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Insights Announcement

Clobotics Wind Services announces the beta release of the Insights tab in our Clobotics IRIS™ portal for viewing, annotating, and collaborating around visual blade inspection results. Insights adds another, deeper level of analysis to help our customers get the most value from the visual blade inspection data collected by our Clobotics IBIS™ system. This initial […]

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Clobotics acquires Danish Blade Service to tap wind repair market

October the 28th, 2021 – Clobotics today announces, through its wholly owned subsidiary Clobotics Denmark ApS, the acquisition of Denmark-based Danish Blade Service ApS (“DBS”), a leading independent wind turbine repair solution provider serving customers across Europe. It is the third acquisition Clobotics has made in Europe since 2020 and marks a significant milestone to […]

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