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Inloc Robotics, a Spain-based subterranean infrastructure surveillance technology developer based on Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya BarcelonaTech research, has raised €550,000 ($615,000) in return for 20% equity, according to El Confidencial. The funding came from GoAigua and GoHub Ventures, two subsidiaries of water supply network operator Aguas de Valencia. Founded in 2014, Inloc Robotics has created…

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