Tech funding: UNICAF, Gas Pos, ServiceTitan, RoadBotics, SAM

Technology companies such as UNICAF, Gas Pos, ServiceTitan, Votiro Cybersec Global, RoadBotics, SAM Seamless Network, AdaSky, Airspace Technologies, Habana Labs, among others, have announced their latest funding rounds.
Dollar spending on technology


UNICAF, an online higher education platform in Africa, announced a $28 million Series B financing — led by Goldman Sachs with participation from existing investors, including the UK Government’s development finance institution CDC Group, University Ventures, and EDEX, the founder of the University of Nicosia.


ServiceTitan, a software provider for home services businesses, announced $165 million in Series D funding at a $1.65 billion dollar post-money valuation — led by Index Ventures, with participation from Dragoneer and T. Rowe Price and existing investors Battery Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners and ICONIQ Capital.

Gas Pos

Gas Pos  announced a $1 million investment by Merus Capital, a Silicon Valley-based early-stage venture capital firm.

Votiro Cybersec Global

Votiro Cybersec Global announced $8 million investment by Senetas Corporation, a developer of network and data encryption solutions based in Australia.


RoadBotics, a developer of computer vision technology for inspecting roads and infrastructure, has raised $3.9 million in its series seed round of financing, led by Boston-based Hyperplane Venture Capital.

SAM Seamless Network

SAM Seamless Network, a security system for the home IoT network, has completed a $12 million Series A financing round — led by Intel Capital and includes participation from Dave DeWalt’s NightDragon, ADT and Blumberg Capital.


AdaSky, a provider of Far-Infrared technology (FIR) for autonomous vehicles, has secured $20 million from lead investor, Sungwoo Hitech, a global automotive supplier.

Airspace Technologies

Airspace Technologies, a nearly 3-year-old start-up based in Southern California, has raised money in a funding round led by Silicon Valley-based firm Scale Venture Partners, with help from existing investors including Qualcomm Ventures.

Habana Labs

Habana Labs, a start-up in the AI processor space, has secured $75 million in a series B funding led by Intel Capital. The round is joined by WRV Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Battery Ventures and others, including existing investors. Since inception, the company has raised a total of $120 million.