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Veteran Ventures invests with Asylon Robotics
Veteran Ventures Capital’s, Veteran Fund I announced an investment into Asylon Robotics, the fastest growing, full-service, automated air and ground security robotics company in the United States.
When the drone industry took off, Asylon’s CEO, Damon Henry and his co-founders, who were Department of Defense (DoD) aerospace engineers, noticed a significant gap in the market. Asylon leverages the capabilities of drones, robots, software, and artificial intelligence (AI) to provide 24/7 robotic security operations.
Aligned to Veteran Ventures thesis, Asylon employs Veterans throughout their executive and management teams, supporting U.S. government and private sector entities, to include the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Space Force, GXO, and Citizens Bank towards better managing and protecting their people, profits, and assets.
Asylon’s advanced and automated robotics systems act as significant force multipliers for streamlining security operations. The Asylon team consists of world class experts in the UAS, security, and robotics space, to include experience at Lockheed Martin, L3 Communications, Boeing Aerospace, Johns Hopkins University for Applied Physics Lab, UTC, Intelligent Drone Systems, Whitefox Defense Technologies, the U.S. Air Force, and MIT.