High-Tech Gruenderfonds, the German firm that invests in young, high potential high-tech startups, has divested two companies.
The transactions were related to:
– SOPAT GmbH, a Berlin-based provider of automated in situ real-time analysis of particles in chemical processes, which has been acquired by Dr. Max Iann Invest GmbH. Founded in 2012 by Dr. Sebastian Maass, Juergen Rojahn and Joern Emmerich SOPAT is specialized in the analysis of particulate systems such as droplets, grains, cells or bubbles, which are measured with precision in running processes. The developed technology consists of a photo-optical sensor probe with integrated intelligent image analysis.
– Luphos GmbH, a Mainz-based specialist in metrology and measurement technology, which has been acquired by AMETEK, Inc., a publicly traded U.S. company. Founded in 2006, Luphos develops ultra high precision optical distance and topology measurement in process and quality control in industry and scientific research.
The amount of the deals were not disclosed.