SEONA German security start-up has received funds totaling R 55 million from numerous private investors through a company financed by the German government.
SEON plans to invest the funds in providing high-tech security solutions for emergency services
The startup plans to use the funds for advanced software development and expand its presence in the South African market.
Finn Plotz, co-founder and CEO of SEON, states that the startup’s services will provide a much-needed service to South Africans.
“South Africa is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the world, but also one of the most dangerous,” says Plotz. “We selected the country as the best place in the world to invest because of its thriving technical ecosystem and high level of awareness of personal safety. We believe that the nature of our platform – which improves the coordination of emergency response – can help improve safety and health for everyone …