Decisive Point Invests in Asylon to Expedite Autonomous Systems for Security and Defense

Asylon's rapid growth has been fueled by adoption in both the commercial and federal markets. The company is currently working with the Air Force on the modernization of base security systems and remote surveillance.

FREMONT, CA: Decisive Point announced its investment in Asylon, a manufacturer of infrastructure and software for the deployment and operation of autonomous systems. Asylon designs and manufactures the DroneCore System, an open architecture platform that manages unmanned ground and aerial robotics to autonomously execute pre-programmed patrol missions and provide superior security data intelligence.

Decisive Point Partner Thomas Hendrix said, "Asylon has created an innovative solution, allowing unmanned systems to operate with true autonomy and minimal human intervention for weeks or months at a time. We see great potential in their solution and talented team, both in commercial markets and in providing essential security solutions for the DoD."

Asylon's rapid growth has been fueled by adoption in both the commercial and federal markets. The company's DroneCore product is technically mature, with sales to several Fortune 100 customers. Asylon is currently working with the Air Force on the modernization of base security systems and remote surveillance.

Damon Hamon, CEO, and Co-Founder of Asylon, said, "Decisive Point has been a key partner of ours for developing and landing our early government contracts. They've been instrumental in our contracting process and helped enable sustainable long-term growth. Becoming one of the first investments in their new fund is an honor and helps us continue to forge a common mission of integrating dual-use technology like security, robotics, and automation."

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