Startup Ideon Technologies, fresh off a $16 million Series A round led by Playground Global that closed last week, has a pretty far-out way to simplify the search for critical minerals. You could say it’s way out there. Like outer space out there.
Ideon Technologies announced it closed a US$16M Series A funding round, led by Playground Global. The investment will expand Ideon’s program of measuring cosmic rays deep below-ground to help find metals.
Richmond, British Columbia (BC)-based mining tech startup Ideon Technologies has raised $21 million CAD ($16 million USD) in Series A financing to help address the world’s looming critical mineral supply shortage.
Ideon Technologies, a B.C. startup that developed a way to X-ray ore bodies for mining, has landed US$16 million ($21 million Canadian) in Series A funding led by San Francisco venture capital firm Playground Global.
Vancouver start-up has raised $16 million Series A for its subsurface imaging technology, which it says will speed up the mining process for critical minerals.
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Ideon Technologies, a Richmond-based company that specializes in high-resolution underground imaging for the mining industry, has closed a USD $16 million Series A funding round, led by Playground Global.
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