Cobalt Robotics

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Cobalt builds indoor robots for security, designed to work alongside human guards to provide better security than people can do alone. The company's robots have the sensing, computation, and intelligence of an autonomous car.

HQSan Mateo, CA, US

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)78(+9%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Cobalt Robotics

Travis Deyle

Travis Deyle

Co-Founder & CEO
Erik Schluntz

Erik Schluntz

Co-Founder & CTO
Mike LeBlanc

Mike LeBlanc

Chief Operations Officer
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Cobalt Robotics Office Locations

Cobalt Robotics has an office in San Mateo
San Mateo, CA, US (HQ)
2121 S El Camino Real b100
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Cobalt Robotics Financials and Metrics

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Cobalt Robotics total Funding

$51.5 m

Cobalt Robotics latest funding size

$35 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Cobalt Robotics investors

Cobalt Robotics's latest funding round in June 2019 was reported to be $35 m. In total, Cobalt Robotics has raised $51.5 m
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Cobalt Robotics News and Updates

Cobalt Robotics nabs $35 mln Series B

San Mateo, California-based Cobalt Robotics, a builder of indoor autonomous robots, has secured $35 million in Series B funding. The company's investors include Bloomberg Beta, Sequoia Capital and Coatue,

Cobalt Robotics raises $35 million for security robots that patrol offices, warehouses, and parking lots

Cobalt Robotics, a San Mateo-based supplier of autonomous security robots for businesses, has raised $35 million in venture capital.

Alpine 4's Technologies subsidiary, Quality Circuit Assembly, (QCA) announces a new manufacturing partnership with Cobalt Robotics

PHOENIX, July 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via OTC PR WIRE -- Alpine 4 Technologies’ (OTCQB:ALPP) subsidiary, Quality Circuit Assembly (QCA), is proud to announce a manufacturing partnership with Cobalt Robotics. The addition of exciting and market disruptive customers such as Cobalt fits the QCA …

Cobalt Robotics Blogs

The Age of the Robot

“The Age of the Robot” originally appeared in issue No.77 of Business Focus. You can find it here. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we may find unlikely allies in a range of security robots. I’m going to be honest, when you talk to me about “security robots” the first thing I think is “Daleks”. It has …

Robosecurity Is Here: How Robots Can Save Money and Lives

This article originally appeared on Security Sales & Integrations’ website on May 11th, 2020. The original article can be found here. Security robots are quickly becoming an extension of smart buildings and smart organizations. Discover the latest robosecurity trends, use cases and opportunities…

Get Your Robot Driver’s License at ISC West!

ISC West 2020 attendees can drive a Cobalt Robot and experience all of its unique capabilities. Ever wonder what it’s like to drive a security robot? Cobalt Robotics, a manufacturer of intelligent security robots that autonomously patrol indoor facilities, invites ISC West 2020 attendees to Booth 34…

How It Works: Autonomous Navigation

Eyes always light up when they see a robot moving on its own around the office—or any space really. There is something about a robot autonomously navigating that seems like magic, and excites even the most technologically-savvy person. As exciting as it is to see happen, getting a robot to move arou…

Safer and more secure workplaces, with Cobalt and Slack

While Cobalt robots have been patrolling the hallways at Slack offices for some time now, our recent trip to Chicago for GSX came with some exciting news about the next phase of our relationship with Slack. Our new integration with this industry-leading enterprise collaboration platform will help ke…

Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019 Spotlights Innovation in Security Today

Over 20,000 security professionals from 125 countries gathered at McCormick Place in Chicago last week for GSX, the premiere conference for the global security community to discuss hot topics and learn about the latest innovations in security. Autonomous technologies—like drones and the robots we bu…
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Cobalt Robotics Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cobalt Robotics founded?

    Cobalt Robotics was founded in 2016.

  • Who are Cobalt Robotics key executives?

    Cobalt Robotics's key executives are Travis Deyle, Erik Schluntz and Mike LeBlanc.

  • How many employees does Cobalt Robotics have?

    Cobalt Robotics has 78 employees.

  • Who are Cobalt Robotics competitors?

    Competitors of Cobalt Robotics include Sadako Technologies, Halodi Robotics and Furhat Robotics.

  • Where is Cobalt Robotics headquarters?

    Cobalt Robotics headquarters is located at 2121 S El Camino Real b100, San Mateo.

  • Where are Cobalt Robotics offices?

    Cobalt Robotics has an office in San Mateo.

  • How many offices does Cobalt Robotics have?

    Cobalt Robotics has 1 office.