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Alias Robotics – Company Profile
|Country:||Spain||# of Employees:||10|
Founders – Endika Gil Uriarte (CEO), Víctor Mayoral Vilches (CTO &Founder)
Funding Status – In June 2019, Alias Robotics received a pre-seed round amounting to $750K. Series A upcoming.
(Alias Robotics) provides deep expertise and experience in the robotics and cybersecurity intersection, along with innovative products and services tailored to the industry needs.
Alias Robotics – Offerings Profile
Primary Target Markets – Healthcare / Medical, Public Safety, Manufacturing
Technology / Product / Service(s) – Alias Robotics offers cyber security products and services for robots. In the product division, the company has developed RIS (Robot Immune System), a security solution to protect robotic systems against malware, possible attacks and cyber incidents. It is an Endpoint Protection Platform specifically for Robots (REPP).The company also offers Alurity, a software toolbox for robot security, featuring dozens of different robot cyber security tools designed to speeds up and simplify robotics cyber security research. Alias Robotics’ team of experts also offers security services that help companies understand their security situation and help along the security process with threat modelling, penetration testing / red teaming and certification services.
Value Proposition – Alias Robotics is a leading player in the robot security market segment. The company provides deep expertise and experience in the robotics and cybersecurity intersection, along with innovative products and services tailored to the industry needs.
Demand Drivers – Industrial companies that use robots in their production processes cannot afford robot downtime. They need to keep production running without unexpected stops that could cause millions of dollars in losses, information leaks, etc. Ultimately robots that operate securely, guarantee the safety of their workers.
More than 4 independent market studies of the cybersecurity in robotics market rank Alias Robotics as one of the key players in the robotics security sector.
Alias Robotics – Business Model(s) and Competition
Business Model – The business is mainly based on direct sales to robotics end users, through a license- based business model. In some cases, Alias Robotics is partnering with OEMs.
Partners – To be announced.
Customers – Robot end users and robot manufacturers.
Competitive Landscape – More than 4 independent market studies of the robotics cybersecurity market rank Alias Robotics as one of the key players in the sector. The latest market studies indicate that the robot cyber security market is expected to experience substantial growth over the upcoming years.
It is anticipated that new companies will emerge with a focus on this niche. At the moment, Alias Robotics is leading the sector along with other players including McAfee, TUV Rheinland, Exida.com LLC, Symantec, NTT Data or DXC Technology.
Alias Robotics – Recent News
- Alurity 1.0 Release, a Toolbox for Robot Cybersecurity
- Securing Disinfection Robots in Times of COVID-19
- The Week of Mobile Industrial Robots Bugs
- Cooperating with KUKA on Robot Vulnerabilities
- The Week of Universal Robots’ Bugs
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