Phononic Vibes, a Milan, Italy-based deeptech startup developing innovative solutions for noise and vibration reduction, closed a €2.3M in funding.
The round was led by Eureka! Fund I – Technology Transfer – fund managed by EUREKA! Venture SGR, which joined existing investors Poli360 and Pantecnica SpA.
Founded in 2018 as a Politecnico di Milano spin-off, Phononic Vibes develops and markets solutions to protect against noise and vibration allowing cost reduction and performance increase compared to traditional solutions commonly used in the market for acoustic and vibration treatment.
Led by Luca D’Alessandro, CEO, the company is currently consolidating its presence in sectors in which noise and vibration topic is extremely relevant and where metamaterials showed a high innovation potential, including infrastructures, automotive and appliances, and building sector.