Top 20 Investors in Drones

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Drones continue to attract investor interest from venture capital, corporate VCs, and other funding sources.   Here’s the list of the top drone investors by number of investments.  While VCs dominate the investing category by dollars, angels, and accelerators account for a large number of funded deals.

Investor Name Investor Type Number of Investments
Sequoia Capital Venture Capital 1,303
500 Startups Accelerator 1,279
Y Combinator Accelerator 1,197
New Enterprise Associates Venture Capital 1,187
Accel Partners Venture Capital 991
Techstars Accelerator 652
Lightspeed Venture Partners Venture Capital 516
Battery Ventures Venture Capital 503
Andreessen Horowitz Venture Capital 493
General Catalyst Partners Venture Capital 465
Startupbootcamp Accelerator 370
Union Square Ventures Venture Capital 217
Social Capital Venture Capital 190
Sherpa Capital Venture Capital 115
GE Ventures Venture Capital 112
Peter Thiel Angel 92
Xiaomi Venture Capital 18
Daimler Corporate Venture Capital 16
Cognizant Technology Solutions Venture Capital 3
DJI Venture Capital 2
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