STEP alumnus Munich-based startup Toposens develops sensor systems and software that enable autonomous technologies to perceive and interact with their environment in three dimensions. The company has now concluded a new round of financing.
The round is led by the existing investor Alpana Ventures from Switzerland and supplemented by the new investors Basinghall Partners from Great Britain and In-Q-Tel (IQT) based in the USA. Toposens is one of the first investments for IQT in Germany. The non-profit strategic investor is focused on technologies to protect and maintain the national security of the United States and its allies. The investment – the size of which was not disclosed – will be used by the startup to further improve its sensor technology and software, build partnerships and evaluate new applications based on the technology.
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