Emberion Raises Capital to Accelerate Infrared Imaging

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ESPOO, Finland, Jan. 13, 2022 — Shortwave infrared imaging developer Emberion has raised €6 million ($6.9 million) from Nidoco AB, Tesi, and Verso Capital. The funding will accelerate the growth of its infrared imaging business.

The company leverages its nanomaterial-enabled image sensor technology to develop cameras that deliver low noise and high dynamic range imaging over a broad spectrum, from visible (400 nm) to shortwave-infrared (2000 nm) wavelengths. The company is also developing innovations in integrated circuit design, electronics, photonics, and software, CTO Tapani Ryhänen said.

“With this funding, our next step is to increase our production capacity to be able to serve our customers’ needs. We will also intensify our efforts to further develop midwave-infrared and broadband solutions to expand our offerings and to enhance the capabilities of our current VIS-SWIR product line,” CEO Jyrki Rosenberg said.

Published: January 2022
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