TriEye, a semiconductor company creating short wave infrared imaging solutions, recently finished a $17 million fund raising round that was led primarily by Intel Capital.
Other backers include Marius Nacht, co-founder of Check Point Software Technologies, and TriEye’s existing investor Grove Ventures, headed by TriEye chairman Dov Moran.
The Tel Avivm, Israel-based TriEye was founded in 2016 by CEO Avi Bakal, VP R&D Omer Kapach, and CTO Prof. Uriel Levy, after nearly a decade of advanced nano-photonics research by Prof. Levy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The startup develops shortwave infrared (SWIR) imaging technology designed to assist autonomous vehicles “see” better under limited visibility conditions. TriEye has raised more than $20 million to date.
TriEye provides a cutting edge SWIR sensing technology to address the challenge of safe and reliable ADAS/Autonomous Vehicle vision under adverse weather and other common low-visibility conditions.
Its unique semiconductor design enables the mass production of cost-effective, high-resolution shortwave infrared (SWIR) cameras. TriEye’s full-stack solution also encompasses the software layer and remote sensing based on AI capabilities.
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