Liquid Robotics

Liquid Robotics instruments the ocean with fleets of networked, wave-powered ocean robots, solving critical problems for our defence, oil & gas, commercial, and science customers. Our Wave Gliders® are transforming ocean observation, making data collection and monitoring easier, safer, and more cost-effective.
Company Growth (employees)
Parent Company
Sunnyvale, US
Size (employees)
73 (est)-45%
Liquid Robotics was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, US

Key People at Liquid Robotics

Roger Hine

Roger Hine

Founder ,CTO &BOD
James Gosling

James Gosling

Chief Software Architect
Gary Gysin

Gary Gysin

EVP, Global Sales, Marketing & Business Development
Don Jerome

Don Jerome

Vice President, Manufacturing & Logistics
Ashok Belani

Ashok Belani

Graham Hine

Graham Hine

Senior Vice President of Product Management

Liquid Robotics Office Locations

Liquid Robotics has offices in Sunnyvale, Waimea, Houston and Washington
Sunnyvale, US (HQ)
1329 Moffett Park Drive
Houston, US
5599 San Felipe St
Waimea, US
Kawaihae Harbor

Liquid Robotics Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$81.6 m

Latest funding size

$45 m

Time since last funding

over 4 years


Liquid Robotics's latest funding round in March 2013 was reported to be $45 m. In total, Liquid Robotics has raised $81.6 m

Traffic Overview of Liquid Robotics

Liquid Robotics Online and Social Media Presence

Liquid Robotics News and Updates

No Sailors Needed: Robot Sailboats Scour the Oceans for Data

Richard Jenkins created Saildrone’s autonomous boats to assess fish populations, study the oceans and more, but his grander vision concerns climate change.

Deals To Robotics Startups See An Uptick As One Company Joins The Unicorn Club

After a dramatic leap in deal activity of 156% in Q1’15 and another run-up to record-high deals the following quarter, robotics deal activity has slowed down in subsequent quarters. That said, 6 of the last 7 quarters have seen more … Continued

Drones take to the sea as Pentagon looks to extend its robot fighting forces

This fall, an unusual vessel will begin sea trials off the coast of California. The 51-foot-long Boeing Echo Voyager will have no crew. It will glide underwater for days or weeks, quietly collecting data from the ocean floor to send back to crews on ships or on land. Ever since the start of the.…

Liquid Robotics Company Life and Culture

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