Nordic Forestry Automation raises a staggering 10 million SEK in its first funding round

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Key Takeaways

  • Nordic Forestry Automation, a spearheading startup in Digital Perception Technology has raised a significant 10 million SEK.
  • The firm specialises in enabling Future Forestry through IT, sensor, and software solutions.
  • This First-ever funding round saw injections from investors that include Almi Invest, Sveaskog, and Södra.

In an impressive development in the tech ecosystem, Nordic Forestry Automation has successfully raised 10 million SEK in a round of Series Unknown funding.

Founded in Lund, Skane Lan, Sweden, the company has pioneered new ground in the field of digital perception technology, revolutionising the way forestry functions. The startup employs a blend of cutting-edge Information Technology, Sensor technologies, and Software solutions to enable Future Forestry.

You can learn more about their innovative solutions on their website.

The fundraising round, completed on July 18, 2023, marks the first of its kind for the startup, bringing its total funding amount to 10 million SEK. Investors showing confidence include Almi Invest, Sveaskog, and Södra.

With this additional funding and the industry’s significant players backing them, Nordic Forestry Automation is poised to break new bounds in the realm of Forestry Tech.

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