Clarity Movement Co., a Berkeley, CA-based provider of an air quality monitoring solution, raised US$9.6M in funding.
The round was led by Amasia and the Active Fund, with participation from Spero Ventures, SOSV’s HAX program, Jason Calacanis’ Launch Fund and The Climate Syndicate.
The company intends to use the funds to support growth worldwide and accelerate product development to combat climate change.
Led by CEO David Lu, Clarity Movement is a remote-first company which provides governments, campuses, businesses and communities with a monitoring solution to understand and respond to air pollution, through hardware, software and services.
Thousands of Clarity nodes have been installed in hundreds of cities in more than 60 countries, including London, Los Angeles and Singapore. The company’s networks can incorporate add-on modules to supplement data collected with additional air pollutant measurements. The first three add-on modules, for Wind, Ozone, and Black Carbon, were introduced in 2021 in response to customer demand.