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Estonia’s GScan scans in €1.4 million to enhance security in safety and cargo scanning

Estonia-based deep tech firm GScan has raised €1.4 million to develop atmospheric ray 3D scanners for safety and cargo scanning. The brand new funding will allow the deep tech firm to finish its R&D and ship its first trade prototypes by autumn 2022. The funding was led by AS Amalfi, Hansa Grupp OÜ and Sillever OÜ.

The corporate is now valued at over €18 million after the funding spherical.  

As public security turns into a worldwide precedence, the deep tech startup goals to carry a brand new sort of 3D scanner and tomograph to the market that makes use of solely pure particle flux to scan. 

In line with the corporate, what distinguishes GScan tools from present X-ray tools is the entire automation and excessive materials recognition functionality. GScan’s first product is a safety and customs scanner with a capability of two cubic metres.

Andi Hektor, co-founder of GScan stated: “The elevated considerations on security and smuggling have led us to give attention to making a safer future. Our scanners supply a innocent and automatic answer in opposition to the smuggling of weapons, explosives, unlawful items and other people. Our expertise can be utilized to see by way of packages, automobiles and containers. Worrying concerning the after-war zones in Ukraine, earthquakes or simply getting old ferroconcrete, we will examine buildings and bridges to verify their construction is protected and sturdy.”

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