Deep tech company GScan from Tehnopol campus raised €1.4 million
We are happy to share good news from Tehnopol campus – GScan has closed a €1.4M investment round. The value of GScan is exceeding €18M after the round.
They added in their LinkedIN post that with this support they are completing the R&D and production site and delivering first industry prototypes by autumn 2022. The round was led by AS Amalfi, Hansa Grupp OÜ and Sillever OÜ. “We thank our investors for their trust!”
GScan is a spin-off from GoSwift.
GScan ART technology is developed in cooperation with scientific research institutions KBFI, iCV Lab and Tartu University. The GScan ART technology stack integrates the most advanced muon detection hardware with the most comprehensive data analysis software layer.
GScan’s technology can detect elements from all corners of the periodic table. The system is highly scalable and flexible.