U.S. Autonomous Drone Maker Skydio Expands Footprint to Japan
Opens new Tokyo office to support growing demand in Asia
Skydio, the leading U.S. drone manufacturer and world leader in autonomous flight technology, announced the opening of its new office in Tokyo, Japan, strengthening the company’s ability to support local enterprise and public sector customers as they adopt the company’s groundbreaking technology. This marks the first step of a broader international expansion strategy following Skydio’s recent $100M Series C funding round. The office will be under the leadership of Tom Moss, CEO of Skydio Japan.
“I’m pleased to be able to bring Skydio’s world leading autonomous drone technology to Japan. Our focus in the Japanese market will be to create a safer and more productive society, building upon the early success we have already had in Japan in supporting the safe, reliable, and scalable inspection and maintenance of infrastructure such as bridges, skyscrapers, and power plants, as well as in post disaster response and more,” said Tom Moss, CEO of Skydio Japan.
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Moss was the first investor into Skydio and the first business person at Skydio, and also served as its first Chief Operating Officer. Prior to this role, Moss started and led Skydio’s strategy for enterprise and government sectors. As CEO of Skydio Japan Moss will oversee the broader Asia-Pacific region for Skydio. Moss has held other high-profile roles in the technology space including Senior Vice President of Mobile, at Razer Inc. and was a founding member of several successful mobile related companies. He also worked at Google as the worldwide Head of Android Business Development General Manager of Android for the Japan and Asia Pacific market.
“We are excited to bring our autonomous drone technology to Japan, which we believe is on the path to becoming a model for the world with respect to the successful integration of drones into the broader economy and society at scale,” said Adam Bry, CEO of Skydio.
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