Journey Protector aims to raise €1.5m for British expansion

The Dublin-based firm creates tech to combat human trafficking and cargo theft, through the use of sensors

Anne Lawlor, Journey Protector’s chief executive and co-founder: ‘Brexit needs technology to aid with the border’

Journey Protector, a Dublin-based business that develops technology to combat human trafficking and cargo theft, is entering the British market and in the process of raising €1.5 million in seed funding.

The business also plans to open an office in Berlin in 2022 and a US office in Florida in 2023.

The system uses sensors inside containers to gauge whether something that isn’t supposed to be inside is present or if items that should be ...