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Epipole Raises $1.84M, Plans to Enter US Market

The company plans to ‘have product available by early 2021.’

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Epipole, an eyecare tech company based in Fife, Scotland, has raised $1.84 million and plans to enter the U.S. market.

The firm focuses on video retinal imaging, using technology that allows healthcare providers to “scan the retina using real-time video and then extract high quality images for further examination,” The Herald reports.

“We’ve worked with ophthalmologists to test and refine features and capabilities, and will use this funding to implement the key changes needed,” said Craig Robertson, founder of Epipole.

“We will have a particular focus on the US primary care optometry and ophthalmology markets, and plan to have product available by early 2021.”

The company also announced that it has added Ian Stevens as its chairman.

Greenwood Way Capital, a new investor, led the financing. The Scottish Investment Bank also participated.

Read more at The Herald

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