The Estonian startup 10Lines, which develops robots that utilise autonomous space technologies for marking parking lots and roads, has raised 700,000 euros in investment.
The financing round was led by the Estonian venture capital company Tera Ventures, with the US investment company Perot Jain participating as co-investor, the startup said. "10Lines is developing a unique product that has the potential to change a market that has so far been largely untouched by innovation. Currently, car parks are marked using a very time- and resource-intensive method. There...
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