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[Funding alert] CA-based Exodigo Secures $105Million in Series A Round Funding

CA-based Exodigo secures $105million in series A round funding. SquarePeg, 10D VC, JIBE, National Grid Partners, and other current investors participated in the round, which was led by Greenfield Partners and Zeev Ventures.

CA-based Exodigo secures $105million in series A round funding. SquarePeg, 10D VC, JIBE, National Grid Partners, and other current investors participated in the round, which was led by Greenfield Partners and Zeev Ventures.

The company plans to utilise the money to assist its entry into new markets, expand its worldwide workforce, and expedite the creation of a self-service product line.

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Exodigo provides technologies for precisely and effectively mapping the subterranean, under the direction of CEO Jeremy Suard. It gives leaders in the transportation, energy, utility, and construction industries the ability to plan, dig, and build by combining multi-sensing technology with patented artificial intelligence to provide precise subsurface intelligence that reduces underground risks.

Among the clients of Exodigo are Tel Aviv Metro, AECOM, Colas Rail, GRDF, HNTB, Houston METRO, HS2, Israel Electric Corporation, LA Metro, National Grid, PG&E, and VINCI.

Jeremy Suard said: “Some companies crawl before they can walk, but we’ve been sprinting consistently since day one and have no plans to stop the race. Thanks to the support of such dedicated investors and advisors, our team will be able to keep meeting increasingly complex customer needs as we dive deeper into the unknowns of the underground.”

About Exodigo

The best subterranean mapping tool for non-intrusive finding is Exodigo. Their platforms build comprehensive, accurate subsurface maps that empower clients to make confident decisions across the built environment by combining multi-sensor fusion, 3D imaging, and AI technology.

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