Airware (pre-spinoff) Stock

airware.com | Analytics/Big Data | Founded: 2011 | Funding to Date: $42,000,000

Airware is an enterprise drone analytics company helping enterprises leverage today’s rapidly advancing technologies to safely see and sense their sites and structures to improve productivity, mitigate risks, and take workers out of harm’s way.

ENTERPRISE VALUE (based on primary fundings)

Airware (pre-spinoff) investors also invested in these private companies

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers LLC
The company completed a divestiture and a recapitalization in April 2018. Please refer to "Airware" for updated information of the company. This company is no longer actively tracked by SharesPost.

TEAM

Management Team
  • Yvonne Wassenaar - Chief Executive Officer
  • Bernard Michini Ph.D - CTO & Founding Member
  • David Arsenault - Vice President, Engineering
  • Jonathan Downey - Founder & Board Member
  • Sasha Pesic JD - VP & General Counsel
Board Members
  • Martin Casado Ph.D - Andreessen Horowitz
  • Tom Rikert - Next World Capital
  • John Chambers - Self
  • Jonathan Downey - Airware
  • Yvonne Wassenaar - Airware

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NEWS

SF Gate

Andy Trench made $2,000 a day in 2015 taking sky-high photographs along the East Coast with a drone he made himself. Now, that same work fetches about $175. "It's apparent that a lot of this industry is a race to the bottom," said Trench, a Rhode Island entrepreneur who's been operating remote-controlled aircraft for more than a decade. Three years after federal regulators began allowing commercial drone flights, the fever to cash in has turned into a pitched battle for business. Prices for collecting airborne data have plummeted amid a flood of competition equipped with cheap, hi-tech aircraft that practically fly themselves.

LA Times

Three years after federal regulators began allowing commercial drone flights, the fever to cash in has turned into a pitched battle for business. Prices for collecting airborne data have plummeted amid a flood of competition equipped with cheap, high-tech aircraft that practically fly themselves.

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