Viospatia, a developer of cutting edge real-time 3D inspection systems has concluded a new emission totalling SEK 13.6 million led by Volvo Cars Tech Fund and Seven District. Existing investors including Investmentbolaget CAMP-B, Almi Invest and Science Park Gotland also made significant follow-on investments showing strong continued support for Viospatia. The funds will be used to finalize the development of the VIOPRO system and take it to broader commercialization.
We improve manufacturing by giving our customers the ability to measure every component in real-time. Sample controls can only indicate that there is a problem in production. 100% inspection will allow you to diagnose the problem and target the underlying issue. Data is the key to Zero Defect Manufacturing and Industry 4.0.
Michael has an MA in Classical Archaeology from Queen’s University, Canada, with a focus on 3D imaging in archaeology.
With 15 years experience in IT systems administration, Kristian has a strong background in programming and system integration. In Viospatia, his focus is on design, electronics and system development.
Founded in 2018, we are the commercialization of long-term academic research led by Mikael Sjödahl at Luleå University of Technology. Our technology has been developed with direct input from OEM and Tier 1 automotive companies based on the needs of the industry.
We are based in Visby, on Gotland; a Swedish island in the middle of the Baltic Sea. Our team has diverse but complimentary backgrounds that allow us to quickly adapt our hardware and software to fit your needs from problem to solution. Half of our team is in Visby and the other half in Luleå, while our customers are spread throughout Sweden and the rest of Europe.
Address: Verkstadsgatan 7G, 621 41 Visby, Sweden