Irish deep-tech company Impedans raises €3.5m
The Dublin-headquartered company specialises in plasma diagnostic instruments that are supplied to customers in research and industry
Impedans, an Irish deep-tech company, has raised €3.5 million in a Series B funding round from backers that include Enterprise Ireland and SOSV, the venture capital firm originally founded in Cork as a personal investment fund for tech veteran Sean O’Sullivan.
The company specialises in plasma diagnostic instruments that are supplied to customers in research and industry. Its sensing platforms for radio-frequency (RF) and plasma process monitoring solutions are used in areas such as process ...