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autonomous indoor flights since 2016
Verity achieves 200,000 autonomous indoor flights
Verity CEO and founder Raffaello D’Andrea and Verity external board director Mick Mountz are inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for their work on Kiva Systems (now Amazon Robotics).
Verity creates a reference design of Failsafe on PX4 to simplify implementation for drone manufacturers.
Verity Studios launched Lucie micro drone costumes, paving the way for new creative possibilities.
The first autonomous drone flight using Verity Studios’ live events indoor positioning system takes place.
Verity raises 3 million CHF in seed funding.
MEET THE TEAM
Founder and CEO
Raffaello D’Andrea is a robotics and AI expert, an entrepreneur, an artist, and a professor at ETH Zurich. Prior to Verity, he co-founded industrial automation company Kiva Systems, which was sold to Amazon for $775 million in 2012 and later re-branded as Amazon Robotics.
He is the recipient of the 2015 Engelberger Robotics Award for Technology and the 2016 IEEE Robotics and Automation Award. His TED and research videos, with tens of millions of views, have offered an inspiring view into the world of engineering, robotics, and computer science.
He is also a new media artist whose works have been exhibited at the Venice Biennale and are part of the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Canada and France’s FRAC Centre.
In bringing autonomous indoor drones to the world, Verity combines his passions for technology, entrepreneurship and the arts.
The Verity team is made up of people from all walks of life. With over 20 nationalities in a team of around 70 people, we are entrepreneurs, engineers, artists, business professionals, computer scientists, and designers working together as one. Many members of our team hold one or more advanced degrees and have experience working with innovative technology brands, including GE Aviation, Intel, Samsung, Microsoft and Apple.
This experience is further strengthened by Verity’s board of directors, which includes Verity CEO and founder Raffaello D’Andrea, Fontinalis founder and partner Chris Cheever, and Kiva Systems (Amazon Robotics) founder Mick Mountz.