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19 April, 2019 - 00:49 By Jamie Quested

Cambridge Touch Technologies (CTT)

Corbin Church

CTT is developing AI-driven, 3D multi-touch sensing technologies for smart devices. 

The company’s technology uses what is regarded as the world’s simplest architecture to deliver an all-screen, multi-finger 3D touch solution that can scale to all device sizes at a fraction of the cost of existing approaches.

In May 2018 investors from Shanghai joined a completed $5.5 million Series A1 round. Existing investors - Parkwalk Advisors, Cambridge Enterprise and Amadeus Capital Partners - participated in the round and were joined by new investors China Materialia of Shanghai and Downing Ventures of London.

Due to sophisticated software algorithms and artificial intelligence, CTT’s next-generation solution is regarded by the investors as the world’s simplest 3D Touch architecture, employing just a single, piezoelectric based sensor for combined force and capacitive location sensing. 

First-generation competitor solutions require separate sensors and are said to be more complex to manufacture.

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