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AvaWatz has early market adoption in the rapidly growing Collaborative Robotic market, that is predicted to reach almost $2 trillion by 2030* with a CAGR of 12.3% from 2021-2030.
Avawatz previously raised over $800K through StartEngine. That support and our $2M Department Of Defense contract helped us prototype V3 of our beta product, which has been deployed for use with the US Air Force and is under pilot testing at 4 regional airports.
Demand for robotic labor grew 22% in 2022.* We’re positioned to help companies meet, and exceed, new and growing demands with cooperative cobot teams.
AvaWatz’s platform makes autonomous air and ground robotic teams coordinate to help companies do more, faster, and more affordably without compromising quality and safety. More simply put, we get robots to work together. Working together, cobots shoulder the burden of tedious, repetitive, and unsafe tasks. AvaWatz’s platform transforms groups of machines into decision-intelligence teams of "Cobots." Our platform enables robots to handle complex, multi-step assignments with ease.
Avawatz’s first market vertical is in the airfield space. There, our platform uses camera and airborne sensors on drones to identify potential debris hazards for removal. The drones’ sensors identify potential hazards, then transmit the coordinates to the ground crew ( future service packages will include ground-based retrieval robots) that quickly locate and remove the debris-providing a significant increase in speed. Here’s how.
AvaWatz’s first market vertical is in the airfield operations space. Our platform uses the drone's internal airborne sensors and camera to identify potential debris hazards for removal. The drones’ then transmit the coordinates to the ground crew (future service packages will include ground-based retrieval robots) that quickly locate and remove the debris-providing a significant increase in speed. Here’s how.
Currently it takes a ground crew up to two hours, on average, to detect and remove airfield debris. We are continuously working on reducing the total time to clear a runway to 15-20 minutes with cobot teams - allowing airfields to schedule more landings resulting in increased profits.
*Drones shown in video are pre-market prototypes and not currently available on the market.
"Robot" as a Service (RaaS) is a platform with broad applications. Airfields are one of many opportunities across industrial sectors. Our next steps involve integration and adoptions in the ground transit and surveillance markets.
Demands for productivity, output, and fully booked schedules are growing. Customers expect products to arrive faster. Meeting this demand means delegating repetitive, time-sensitive, and high-stress responsibilities to already overwhelmed workers. This is where Avawatz can help. Our platform shifts challenges from overworked laborers to non-tiring teams of cobots. Cobot teams alleviate danger in error-prone environments, lower significant safety challenges for work sites, and increase profits.
Our results can be seen on display in airports and with airfield regulators. The airfield space requires consistent and daily inspections of runways. They need to identify hazards or debris for swift removal. Debris includes tire fragments, metal shards, and all foreign objects could result in a catastrophic accident if missed.
With loss of life at stake (source), it’s clear these tasks need automation. Today’s robotics can’t meet these demands. They are limited to single, focused tasks they were built for. Our platform lets robots perform complex and nuanced tasks, safely and efficiently. Here’s how...
‘Talent wins games. But teamwork wins championships.’
The AvaWatz platform helps air and ground robots work together. Our platform creates cobot teams who can execute complex tasks, in challenging environments, through real-time collaboration. Our software, preinstalled for the specific mission, implements a Detect-Decide-Act cycle to resolve challenges accurately. We do this by integrating team navigation, computer vision, information sharing, and group decision-making.
While our pilot prototype detects and retrieves hazardous debris from airport runways and taxiways, our AI platform can be applied to an expansive spectrum of tasks across various industries.
AvaWatz’s business model is simple. We use a recurring revenue subscription model. Our offer is structured for one- to three-year contracts. Contracts include levels of tiered support so customers can find the right fit for their need accelerating adoption. To ensure ease of onboarding we’ve included operator training, support, and system updates for all our services.
Collaboration is our core product and core company value. Investing in our community is key for AvaWatz. That’s why a portion of our revenue is donated to support efforts for debris pick-up along our coastlines.
AvaWatz is a early adapter to this need positioning them in the rapidly growing Collaborative Robotics market, that is predicted to reach almost $2 trillion by 2030* with a CAGR of 12.3% from 2021-2030 (source). Early market demand for smart airports, ground transit assets, and surveillance total $634 Billion by 2026 (source, source).
The growing spend for robotic teams shows a demand for autonomous mobile robots, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing. This growth in demand is our opportunity as adoption and application was accelerated by the pandemic (source).
AvaWatz has a unique advantage for early market adoption that traditional competitors don’t. Our advantage? We make hardware developers’ robots better. We make robots into cooperative teams through software, something hardware suppliers don’t do. Our platform will make traditional competition into raving advocates. The reason why?
AvaWatz’s platform allows robotics producers to provide more value to their customers without increasing production costs. Our focus on driving collaboration between multiple robots. We add value to companies producing robots by increasing customer retention, satisfaction, and in-industry referrals. This applies to all robotic manufacturers from drones, autonomous vehicles, assembly line solutions, and more.
The AvaWatz platform is fully prototyped and pilot-tested for operational environments. IE-we are ready for launch. There were three phases of prototypes released to the U.S. Air Force over the last two and half years. These prototypes include surveillance versions which were also contracted out to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). In 2022 we began to work on the early versions for the combined air and ground robotic vehicles. These prototypes were released to the US Army.
Our ongoing product R&D with our U.S. Air Force, Army and DHS establishes our credibility for meeting our customers' needs. It also helps customers confidently and quickly adopt our platform. Our DoD contracts also prepared us to meet unique and challenging operational requirements companies need when using our solution.
*Drones shown in video are pre-market prototypes and not currently available on the market.
Our next step? Onboarding customers in the Flightline Operations space into our sales pipeline. Starting 2023 we are implementing marketing campaigns for integrating and acquiring customers in this space. We’re combining outreach, targeted placement, voice of customer research, and sales best practices to identify accelerated sales opportunities for quick market adoption.
AvaWatz believes in a world where robots collaborate like humans to help companies increase productivity and profits while increasing on site safety. Our unique solution serves an unmet demand in the market, has solution validation with $13M in the sales pipeline, and DoD contracts. Our team is building the future of growth today. Join our team as we create connected ‘Cobot’ teams to meet the world’s demand today, using the next era of robotics.
AvaWatz uses decision intelligence to make robots collaborate. Our platform transforms robots into teams of ‘cobots’ that help companies get more done, faster, without compromising quality or safety. Our cobot solution helps companies track dangerous debris on airfields, accelerate manufacturing output, track land management in challenging terrain, support conservation tracking, and more. We currently serve target airfields, ground transit, and surveillance missions for private, government, and defense sectors with working prototypes used by the US Air Force and Army.
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AvaWatz’s goal is to solve multiple problems with its platform of robots, drones, computer vision and other integrated solutions. The company’s initial market focus is the foreign object debris (FOD) problem at airports. A multibillion-dollar issue, FOD are items such as ID badges, trash, tools, chunks of pavement, bolts and screws, rocks and other objects on an airport runway. If these objects remain during takeoffs and landings, they can damage fan blades, cause engine failures, puncture tires or cause wing damage.
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AvaWatz is amongst eWeek's 30 Robotics Startups to Watch
Robotics doesn’t get the attention and hype that artificial intelligence (AI) gets, which is somewhat ironic, as the two often go hand in hand. For instance, Roomba, one of the best known examples of a robot, is full of AI software to navigate the landscape of a residential home.
According to Statista, the global robotics industry reached a combined value of $43.8 billion in 2021. And according to the Boston Consulting Group, the robotics industry will hit $87 billion by the year 2025. Clearly this is a growth industry with many startups.
As AI has advanced, so has robotics. The robotics devices are adding machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence along with improved mechanics, navigations skills, advanced sensors, and better dexterity. This growth has expanded their use and rate of adoption.
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Industries spend billions of dollars each year to ensure worker and customer safety. Yet some of those billions of dollars could be saved by using teams of collaborating robots (cobots) to perform work that endangers human workers. Cobot teams can work in otherwise dangerous operating environments and can perform the tedious tasks necessary to ensure customer safety in commercial spaces, airports, railways and mass transit systems.
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