Ukrainian company Augmented Pixels closes a $2M funding
Augmented Pixels, a Ukrainian company that develops a proprietary simultaneous localization and 3d mapping technology, has closed a $2 million funding, as announced by Vitaliy Goncharuk, CEO and founder of Augmented Pixels.
- As Goncharuk said, the new round came from current and new investors. To recap, the company was previously financed by the Ukrainian investment group ICU.
- The company plans to use the funds raised for the expansion of the team based in the United States and for innovative R&D activities.
- Augmented Pixels is a Ukrainian startup that specializes in the field of augmented reality navigation and 3d mapping for mobile phones, drones, and robots. The company was founded by Vitaliy Goncharuk from Odesa, Ukraine.
- Augmented Pixels has raised a total of $7 million in investments since 2015.