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InOrbit Selected for Google for Startups Latino Founders Fund 2024

By Team InOrbit

We are excited to announce that InOrbit.AI has been chosen to join the Google for Startups Latino Founders Fund 2024 focused on Artificial Intelligence. This achievement highlights InOrbit’s continued innovation, growth potential, and dedication to advancing AI-powered RobOps at scale.

The Google for Startups Latino Founders Fund is an initiative created by Google to support growth-stage AI and cloud-focused tech startups led by Latino founders. Besides the recognition that comes from being one of a small number of companies selected from a vast field, participation in this year’s program includes a number of benefits, including non-dilutive funding, mentorship from Google experts and top industry mentors, and a community of like-minded entrepreneurs. Being selected for this program provides InOrbit with resources that will help us navigate the challenges and opportunities of accelerated growth in the AI space.

At InOrbit, we’re dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with AI and robotics. Our recent launch of the AI-powered InOrbit RobOps Copilot leverages large language models (LLMs) and other emerging AI technologies to make complex robot data accessible to everyone, regardless of their technical expertise. As a distributed SaaS platform, InOrbit has developed a secure, cloud-based microservices architecture. Amongst other technologies, InOrbit runs a significant portion of compute and storage on the highly-scalable Google Cloud, while also leveraging other Google services. Being selected as a recipient of the Founders Fund alongside a cohort of other exciting AI and Cloud innovators is a significant validation of our vision.

InOrbit co-founder and CEO, Florian Pestoni, expressed his enthusiasm for receiving this recognition, "We are honored to be part of the Google for Startups Latino Founders Fund community. As robotics and AI are converging, InOrbit is at the center of a growing ecosystem of companies, from robotics startups to big tech companies developing the latest AI models. This endorsement from Google, together with their mentorship and resources, will help us accelerate our investment in AI-powered RobOps at scale."

Learn more about the Google for Startups Latino Founders Fund and other 2024 recipients on Google's webpage. Thank you to Google for Startups for this opportunity. The InOrbit team looks forward to the ongoing collaboration with the Google technical community to continue making strides in AI and robotics. 

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