Photoneo raises one of the largest seed rounds in Central Europe

Monday, 21. September, 2015

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Source: Credo Ventures

Photoneo, a Slovak-based pioneer in the field of 3D object sensing, has secured one of the largest seed rounds recorded in Central Europe. The EUR 2.1 MM investment is led by Prague-based venture capital firm Credo Ventures with participation of several notable co-investors, including RSJ, one of the largest algorithmic trading companies in the world, co-founder of ESET Miroslav Trnka, co-founders of Avast Eduard Kučera and Pavel Baudiš, CEO of Ximea Max Larin, and founder of FINVIZ Juraj Ďuriš.

Photoneo has developed a unique, patented method of 3D object sensing, which allows the firm to produce 3D cameras with the highest resolution at frame rates up to 60 FPS.  Such high performance of resolution and speed in a single camera allows Photoneo to deliver its revolutionary 3D technology to any company that produces or assembles products using automated production lines or robots. Photoneo is already testing its technology with companies in a wide range of industries, including automotive, logistics, air travel and medical devices.

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