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Spacetech startup Pixxel raises $25-mn funding led by Radical Venture

The new funding will enable Pixxel to expedite production of the world's highest resolution hyperspectral satellite constellation and to offer industry AI-powered insights

Pixxel co-founders Awais Ahmed (on the right) and Kshitij Khandelwal (on the left)
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Pixxel co-founders Awais Ahmed (on the right) and Kshitij Khandelwal (on the left)

Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
Pixxel, an earth-imaging technology startup, announced a $25 million Series A in what is India’s largest fundraise by a space technology company to date. The funding was led by Radical Ventures, a Toronto-based firm known for investing in entrepreneurs that use artificial intelligence to transform massive industries. 

Additional participation in Pixxel’s Series A comes from Jordan Noone, Seraphim Space Investment, Lightspeed Partners, Blume Ventures, Sparta LLC and Inventus Capital India. The new funding will enable Pixxel to expedite production of the world’s highest resolution hyperspectral satellite constellation and to offer industry AI-powered insights that discover, solve, and predict climate issues at

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First Published: Mar 28 2022 | 7:41 PM IST

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