Umbo Computer Vision raises $6.8 million

Umbo Computer Vision, an artificial intelligence startup and provider of autonomous video security products, has raised a $6.8 million Series A round. The investment was led by CDIB Venture Capital, with continued participation by AppWorks Ventures and Mesh Ventures, along with new investor Substance Capital.

Umbo Computer Vision has raised $9.6 million to date.

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