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Kittyhawk Closes $5 Million in Funding

Kittyhawk Closes $5 Million in Funding

Enterprise drone solutions company Kittyhawk raised $5 million in funding. Jim Andelman of Bonfire Ventures, a Santa Monica-based seed fund focused on enterprise software, led the round which included participation by Boeing HorizonX Ventures and Freestyle Capital. Kluz VenturesThe Flying Object also participated as a returning investor.

Designed for large and small commercial drone operations, Kittyhawk’s full-stack enterprise solution unifies the mission, the aircraft, and the data to empower companies to manage in-house commercial drone operations. Using the platform, enterprises can manage operators, aircraft, airspace, data analytics, insights, and compliance to maximize safety and ROI.

Kittyhawk plans to use the capital to further its capabilities.