Netradyne, an artificial intelligence-focussed driver and fleet safety startup, said it has raised $21 million in funding from M12 - Microsoft's corporate venture arm, Reliance Industries (through its subsidiary RIIHL) and Point72 Ventures.
M12 led the series B investment round and will now hold a role on the board, bringing additional resources and expertise focused on scaling the company, a statement said.
RIL (through RIIHL) had invested $16 million during the series A round, it added.
The additional investment will be used to expand the team that has created early success for its product, Driveri — a vision-based driver recognition and fleet safety platform.
Netradyne utilises new-age technologies like AI, machine learning (ML), and Edge computing to significantly enhance road and driver safety. Its platform captures and analyses every minute of the driving process, providing commercial fleet managers with insights and also identifying areas for providing individual coaching.
"In a very short period of time, Netradyne has made major strides in commercialising next-generation AI in ways that deliver tangible impact to real businesses," Netradyne founder and CEO Avneesh Agrawal said.
Founded in 2015, Netradyne has technology innovation centres in San Diego, US and Bengaluru.
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