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Precise Path Robotics Closes $4.5 Million Funding Round
The robotic mower manufacturer also adds Charlie Staples to the company's board of directors.
By Cecilia Galvin


Precise Path Robotics, a provider of mobile robotic outdoor equipment, has closed a $4.5 million round of funding. Participating in the round and joining Precise Path’s board of directors is Charlie Staples, a 30-year veteran of the golf course industry.

Precise Path was co-founded by entrepreneur Scott A. Jones, whose achievements include the development of voicemail systems, a music data service, and a mobile “answers” service. The company’s premier product is the RG3 robotic greens mower, which is engineered to overcome the challenges of navigating unstructured outdoor spaces.

For more information, go to www.precisepath.com.

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