sensiBel secured NOK 67M in funding.

Norway Investments 12 March 2020
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sensiBel, an Oslo, Norway-based company manufacturing a ultra-high-sensitivity MEMS microphone, announced that it secured NOK 67M ($6M) in a funding deal.

The transaction is part grant (NOK 25M) and part equity (NOK 42M - $3.8M) provided by EU's EIC Accelerator.

sensiBel, founded as AOD Labs in 2016 as a spinoff from Sintef by Matthieu Lacolle and Jakob Vennerød and led by CEO Sverre Dale Moen, has developed a miniature microphone with high performance and low noise, suitable for use in voice control, noise canceling headphones, video conferencing systems and professional-quality audio recording in cameras and mobile phones.