Driverless vehicle developer EasyMile closed a $66.4m round featuring Alstom and Continental while UCB and LivaNova-backed EEG technology developer Ceribell secured $53m.
Funding France-based driverless vehicle technology developer EasyMile completed a €55m ($66.4m) series B round on Wednesday featuring power and automation equipment producer Alstom and tire manufacturer Continental. The round was led by investment firm Searchlight Capital Partners and included McWin, NextStage AM and BPIfrance. It came after a $15m investment by Alstom in 2017 and…
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