Disior announced raising €1.7 million round from Maki.vc and Tesi.
Disior, a Helsinki, Finland-based developer of a 3D analytics software solution for the healthcare industry, announced the completion of a €1.7 million ($2M) capital investment round.
The money was provided by investors from Finland, namely Tesi and existing shareholder Maki VC, and will be used for growth and facilitate further development of Disior's existing products and new ones.
Disior, founded in 2016 by Anna-Maria Henell (CEO), Gonçalo Barreto, Risto Kontio and Sakari Soini, developed a software solution for clinical use and which can measure and model tissue structures, and provides objective data for patient diagnosis and treatment outcome assessment.
The tool turns CT and MRI images into mathematical models and numerical analysis and uses a cloud-based 3D analytics software for medical doctors that automatically analyzes, quantifies, and parameterizes medical images. DIsior is currently collaborating with over 20 clinics globally, which have resulted in six published research papers, with a further 32 in preparation.
Prior to this deal, in 2018, Disior raised €600k.