Snap to merge with a selfie drone maker

07 August 2017
Snap to merge with a selfie drone maker

According to online publication The Information, Snap plans to purchase a selfie drones maker Zero Zero Robotics.

Snap has been familiarizing with drones since May 2017. In spring, it bought Ctrl Me Robotics, a startup that develops drones and related software. Currently, the company is conducting talks about financial support of Zero Robotics.

I was the selfie drone manufacturers who initiated talks with Snap. The deal value is not specified although TechCrunch estimates it to be about $150-200 b. The directory of two companies denies purchasing and doesn’t give any commentaries.

A selfie drone is a construction with propellers in a protection screen and is controlled by an IOS app. The flying camera detects your face as well as keeps track of your steps. A gadget price is $500.

 

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