MultiX raises $3.7 million for its airport x-ray security tech


MultiX raises $three.7 million for its airport x-ray security tech

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France’s MultiX, which makes x-ray imaging choices for airports, has raised $three.76 million (€three.5 million) from Omnes Capital and H3C.

The company was based mostly by two staff of Thales Group with help from the French Atomic Vitality Charge (CEA). Along with airports, MultiX’s experience is used inside the non-destructive testing sector such a meals processing to detect undesirable objects.

The model new funds will help the company’s worldwide enlargement. It already has a presence inside the US and is searching for to bolster its place in Europe. It should doubtless be begin manufacturing shortly at a model new plant.

“The US government and a number of scanner manufacturers have selected our technology to improve identification of solid and liquid explosives in airline baggage, check food quality and improve sorting of high value-added waste,” said Jacques Doremus, founder and chairman of MultiX. “Other applications will soon be targeted by MultiX’s technology.”

“This is a very promising company with very strong technological expertise,” added Omnes Capital companion, Renaud Poulard. “Detection of explosives in luggage is clearly set to become more widespread and MultiX has managed to win the trust of the key operators in this field.”

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