Skyline Robotics raises $6.5m

US robotics firm Skyline Robotics has raised $6.5 million in a pre-Series A funding round.

The company provides a high-rise cleaning robot called Ozmo, which it said is soon to see its first customer deployment in New York City.

Skyline said the funding will be used to expand its New York City team, as well as to continue product development and develop new capabilities.

The latest round brings the company’s total funding to date to $9 million.

In addition, Ross Blum has been promoted to president of the company, and he is set to continue to serve in a dual role as Skyline’s chief operating officer.

“Ozmo has arrived to play a vital role in the future of window cleaning,” said Michael Brown, chief executive and chairman at Skyline Robotics. “This successful funding round and first Ozmo deployment shows that the demand for our product and services are not just tangible and felt by investors, but that there’s a major business opportunity ahead of Skyline.”

He added: “The conviction of our team is being matched by the investment community.”

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