Israeli biological sensor company Neteera raises $2m

Israeli startup Neteera has completed its first round of funding, raising $2M from private investors.

Founded in 2015, the company has developed remote sensing technology that can help catch criminals by detecting their sweat.

According to the Globes article, “Neteera’s novel technology is based on the detection of electromagnetic emissions from sweat ducts, enables reliable and speedy biometric identification, along with monitoring of other physiological parameters, such as, stress, fatigue, pain, alcohol influence, drug abuse detection, and medical diagnostics. These can be remotely monitored with a unique sub-terahertz (THz) imaging camera.

To read the interview with Neteera’s CEO, Isaac Litman, click here.

Author: Ethan Goldspiel

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