Lidar technology developer Sense Photonics has emerged from stealth with $26m in series A funding from investors co-led by the UC-backed Congruent Ventures.

Sense Photonics, a US-based developer of lidar technology that offers an ultra-wide field of view, has emerged from stealth with a $26m series A round co-led by Congruent Ventures, the VC firm backed by University of California, TechCrunch reported yesterday. VC firm Acadia Woods co-led the round, which also featured Samsung Ventures and Shell Ventures,…

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