August 15, 2014

CyberLightning scores EUR 3.2 million in funding

Cyberlightning’s objective is to facilitate data processing for various business sectors.
Cyberlightning’s objective is to facilitate data processing for various business sectors.
Sari Gustafsson / Lehtikuva

Oulu-based Cyberlightning has received funding of 3.2 million euros from investors including, among others, Inventure, Tekes and the EU.

According to the company, the funding round will provide the company with excellent opportunities to achieve growth and globalisation.

CyberLightning operates in the domain of the Internet of Things, particularly the corporate industrial Internet. Its main product, the CyberVille software platform, captures big data and presents the relevant data in a 3D user interface. Physical assets can also be controlled through this 3D model.

CyberVille was launched globally in May 2014.

“Industries are exploding with data,” says Sami Lampinen, managing director of Inventure. “There is huge and growing demand for versatile, global data capture and data mining to produce mission-critical business info in a simple and easy-to-process form. We believe that CyberLightning can become the leading software vendor in the Industrial Internet of Things domain, simplifying complex data and providing organisations with valuable real-time insights.”

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