BreezoMeter, a Haifa, Israel-based provider of hyperlocal air quality data and pollen information, completed a $7.75M series B funding.
The round was led by Goldacre and Entrée Capital, with participation from Idinvest Partners, and Hella Ventures, AxessVentures, and Plug ‘n’ Play Ventures from Silicon Valley.
The company intends to use the funds to further develop its smart cities solutions and expand in the European and Asian markets.
Founded in 2014 environmental engineers Ran Korber (CEO) and Ziv Lautman (CMO), and software engineer Emil Fisher (CTO), BreezoMeter provides location-based, real-time air quality data combined data from governmental sensors, satellites, weather, transportation and other sources to businesses the tools to increase user engagement and sales with data, which integrates into products relating to smart homes, fitness and lifestyle, cosmetics, automotive, and health technologies.
The company’s data are used by companies like Cisco, Faurecia and others.