Anvision has Raised $ 43 Million from Existing Investors

The Israeli start-up company, which operates in the field of computer vision and facial recognition, is separating its security activities, and establishing a joint company with Rafael that will market these solutions.

The Israeli start-up company AnyVision, which operates in the field of computer vision and facial recognition, raised $ 43 million in the second round.

The company’s existing investors participated in the round of funding, including the DFJ fund, the German company Bosch, Qualcomm Ventures, Eyal Ofer’s OG fund, Lightspeed Ventures, the finance company Eldridge Industries and Avichai Stolro. In the previous round of funding, the company raised $ 74 million.

t Envision is separating its security operations, and is establishing a joint venture with Rafael that will market these solutions. Ownership of the new company will be divided between Rafael and Univision. Microsoft, a former investor in the company, has stopped investing in the company.

Manivision stated that the recruitment will allow it to develop its products for remote access without contact and remote identification. According to the company, in recent times there has been a great demand for these solutions, which are based on artificial intelligence.

Founded in 2015, Envision makes any camera smart with its software solutions. The company’s founders are Elon Etstein (CEO) and Prof. Neil Robertson (VP of Technology). The company employs 240 people, half of them in Israel. During the Corona crisis, the company ran into difficulties, but managed to recover and stabilize itself and even recruit employees.

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The Israeli start-up company, which operates in the field of computer vision and facial recognition, is separating its security activities, and establishing a joint company with Rafael that will market these solutions.

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