Who We Are

We are CyPhy Works. CyPhy (pronounced Sci-Fi) is an amalgam of cyber and physical. Works means our products work for you, get work done, and simply work better. In short, we make cyber physical systems that solve problems that don’t yet have solutions.

While we love technology, our work begins and ends with people. That understanding is the reason CyPhy exists: to build a team whose sole focus is creating aerial robots that empower people to tackle the problems of tomorrow.

Why we exist

Beyond the Program

Our Thoughts on Robots Helping Humans Do More

Archive of: News

FAA Grants CyPhy Works a Section 333 Exemption

CyPhy Works Inc today announced it has received a national exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that allows for operation of its Persistent Aerial Reconnaissance and Communications (PARC) system in the United States. The exemption lifts all restrictions on its Boston area drone lab and will accelerate the expansion of it’s commercial operations in the US National Airspace.

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Drone Maker CyPhy Works Raises $22 Million in Series B Funding

CyPhy Works, the fast-growing drone startup launched by iRobot co-Founder Helen Greiner, today announces the close of a $22 million Series B investment round. The new financing was led by Bes-semer Venture Partners (BVP), and includes participation from strategic partners Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund, and Draper Nexus. Existing investors Lux Capital and General Catalyst Partners also participated in the round. In September 2013, CyPhy Works an-nounced $7M funding led by Lux Capital.

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CyPhy Works Awarded Air Force Contract For Extreme Access Pocket Flyer

CyPhy Works will design and test Extreme Access Pocket Flyer, a compact, highly versatile drone that can be quickly deployed for remote inspection of collapsed structures. The current approach used by search and rescue operations relies on costly ground robots that can be limited by ground obstacles and steep terrain. Target users communities will include Pararescue, Special Forces and FEMA.

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