- GScan secures €1.3M in recent funding round led by Horizon Europe.
- The grant brings the total amount of funding to €8,319,875; funding rounds now total 6.
- Based in Tallinn, Estonia, GScan pioneers in muon tomography for safety and quality assessment of infrastructures.
The Estonian start-up GScan, a leading cohort in the field of muon tomography in the safety and quality assessment of infrastructures and materials, has recently announced a strategic fundraise amount of €1.3M. The recent funding round, a grant, was led by the notable investor Horizon Europe.
The money raised in the recent funding round enhances the total fund amount to a hefty €8,319,875 – a testimony to the confidence that the industry has in GScan’s disruptive technology. The company’s innovations in the field of Civil Engineering, Construction, Hardware, Homeland Security, Industrial Engineering, Physical Security, and Quality Assurance have had many rounds of applause, with this being their 6th round of fundraising.
Detailed company insights and information about previous funding rounds can be found on GScan’s Crunchbase profile.
As per the details of the fundraise, the main investor is Horizon Europe. This investment proves the commitment and belief in GScan’s vision and their pioneering technology in muon tomography.
The disrupters at GScan continue to forge ahead, redefining the standards in the sectors of Civil Engineering, Construction, Hardware, Homeland Security, Industrial Engineering, Physical Security, and Quality Assurance, proving to be an important player to watch in the tech scene.
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