Percepto raises $67M

Percepto, a company that provides a monitoring solution for infrastructure using autonomous drones, has raised $67 million Series C funding. The investment was led by Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT), alongside new investors Zimmer Partners.

Existing investors U.S. Venture Partners, Delek US Holdings, Atento Capital, Spider Capital and Arkin Holdings also participated in Percepto’s Series C round. A large U.S. energy company that was not named was also one of the investors.

Percepto has raised $120 million to date.

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