Tunable has developed a sensor technology that can simultaneously detect different types of gases. The sensors, which are based on MEMS design, can also identify odors, and the identification is said to happen almost immediately and be converted into usable data sets. Tunable has 23 employees and is led by Kristian Hovet. The company's technology supports the maritime sector's efforts to become more environmentally friendly and improves productivity, Hovet said.
The round of 64 million was led by German industrial company Trumpf, which earlier this year invested in another Norwegian sensor company, Sensibel.
The funds will be used for further product development and increased sales efforts.
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