Longmont-based robotics company raises $60,000

LONGMONT — Left Hand Robotics Inc., a robotics company specializing in a self-driving snowplow, is seeking $600,000 in capital.

The Longmont-based company has raised $60,000, according to a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Sept. 19.

The company is offering debt, security to be acquired on exchange of option and debt security convertible into equity security. Left Hand did not return BizWest’s request for comment.

In August, Left Hand filed a form for $1.4 million.

Left Hand Robotics’ SnowBot Pro works by following a programmed GPS path and clearing snow along that path using a large rotating brush.