Senic, a Berlin, Germany-based hardware startup developing natural user interfaces for smart home control, secured a seed financing of undisclosed amount.
Target Partners made the investment.
Co-founded in 2013 within the Y Combinator program by Tobias Eichenwald, Philip Michaelides, and Felix Christmann, Senic builds hardware & software that allow humans to engage multiple senses and abilities when interacting with technology in the home.
The company’s first product, Nuimo, is a smart home controller that enables interaction with in-home technology such as Sonos or Raumfeld multi-room speakers, Philips Hue light bulbs, and smart thermostats.
The startup currently employs 10 people in Berlin.