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Verity Extends Oversubscribed Series B Round to Include Qualcomm Ventures, Bringing Total Round to $43 Million

Verity Extends Oversubscribed Series B Round to Include Qualcomm Ventures, Bringing Total Round to $43 Million

Verity AG (Verity), the world’s leading autonomous indoor drone company, is pleased to announce the successful completion of an additional $11 Million investment in its Series B funding round. With this latest capital raise, Qualcomm Ventures joins a distinguished group of backers including A.P. Moller HoldingExor Ventures, the venture capital arm of Exor (FerrariJuventus FCThe Economist), as well as existing investors including Fontinalis PartnersAirbus Ventures, Sony Innovation Fund, ROBO Global Ventures and Verve Ventures, to support Verity’s mission and rapid growth to provide its clients with data-driven intelligence and inventory management solutions powered by self-flying drones.

The Series B capital will enable Verity to scale the delivery of zero-error warehouses and predictable value across a supply chain industry that is increasingly turning to technology to improve crucial operational impediments – labor shortages, lost productivity, inventory errors, and waste. By combining fully autonomous drone technology with advanced data analyticsVerity enables clients to benefit from real-time visibility and precise control over their inventory, driving operational efficiencies, cost savings, and reductions in CO2 emissions.

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Verity has proven its capability to unlock this value with a fully reliable system that is asset-light and can be installed in one week. With installations across 13 countries, Verity is the market leader in deploying autonomous inventory management solutions, with industry leading clients spanning retailers, 3PLs, and manufacturers.

“We are thrilled to welcome Qualcomm Ventures as a new investor in Verity,” said Verity Founder and CEO, Raffaello D’Andrea. “Their clear vision of supply chain transformation is perfectly aligned with Verity‘s mission. Their extensive expertise and global resources make them an ideal partner as we continue to innovate and scale our autonomous inventory management solution. We look forward to leveraging their insights and network.”

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“The supply chain of the future is autonomous and automated,” said Boaz Peer, Senior Director, Qualcomm Israel Ltd. and Managing Director of Qualcomm Ventures Israel and Europe. “Verity‘s self-flying drone technology and advanced warehouse inventory analytics are helping transform supply chains by enabling end-to-end, real-time visibility. We’re excited to invest in Verity as it scales its operations internationally.”

Verity is grateful for the continued support of its investors and clients as it remains focused on driving innovation, expanding its market presence, and delivering exceptional value to clients worldwide.

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