Tel Aviv-based tech startup Guardian Optical Technologies has raised $3.1 million in funding. The investors were Mirai Creation Fund, Goldbell Investments and TransLink Capital.
Guardian Optical Technologies, a computer vision startup based in Tel Aviv, Israel, today announced a $3.1 million funding round led by the Toyota-backed Mirai Creation Fund, Goldbell Investments, and Translink Capital. Using camera technology that can detect motion as faint a micrometer, it aims to develop an in-car platform that improves passenger safety.
In 2016, researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany collaborated with Volkswagen Group Research, Bosch and Visteon in an ‘Intelligent Car Interior’ project to develop a system that moves sensor technology to the vehicle’s interior.
Earlier this week, Forbes reported on a newly released 2-D, 3-D and motion-analysis sensor from Israeli-based company Guardian Optical Technologies.
The theme of passenger-aware vehicles is taking the Consumer Electronics Show, underway this week in Las Vegas, by storm. As technology evolves to…
Toyota is one of the investors in Israeli startup Guardian Optical Technologies, which has announced that it completed its first financing round, in which it raised $5.1 million.
Guardian Optical Technologies today announced the launch of breakthrough, patent-pending sensor technology for automobile manufacturers, supported by $5.1 million in Series A funding from Maniv Mobility and Mirai Creation Fund. The company will use the funding to accelerate and expand the technological development of its new stand-alone automatic system, built from the ground up to work with automotive hardware and software. Combining video image recognition (2D), depth-mapping (3D), and micro- to macro-motion detection, the solution enables car makers to produce safer, more convenient “passenger-aware” cars.