Ultrasonic Acoustic Sensor Company 3DSignals Raises $3M
Israeli startup 3DSignals has raised $3 million in a seed financing round led by VC Grove Ventures, one of Israel’s most prominent venture capital firms. The company develops an ultrasonic acoustic sensor that predicts electro-mechanical failure in machines before it becomes production-interruptive. 3DSignals aims to help factories and machine manufacturers improve production efficiency by reducing unexpected downtimes of critical assets and optimizing operational parameters. The company’s technology allows engineers to monitor multiple pieces of equipment remotely and make quick decisions to avoid costly machine disasters. The funding will support the company’s growth and expansion into new markets.
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