De.mem reports increased sales

Singapore-Australian water and wastewater treatment company, De.mem (ASX: DEM), achieved sales growth of 262 per cent in 2019, according to a company announcment. The company, which produces membrane filtration systems in Singapore and Queensland, recorded revenues of $10.5 million in the year, up from $2.9 million in 2017. De.mem chief executive, Andreas Kroell said: “(Calendar…

Liquid Instruments revolutionises laboratory equipment

Precision laboratory test instrument manufacturer, Liquid Instruments has raised $11.1 million in Series A venture capital funding. The company, which developed a software configurable hardware platform that integrates 12 test and measurement instruments in one, raised the funds from US-based Anzu Partners and Canberra’s ANU Connect Ventures. The funds will accelerate product development and sales…

Emescent’s Hovermap goes on sale

Drone-based inspection and mapping start up Emesent has announced the commercial availability of their revolutionary Hovermap drone payload. The announcement, made at the International LiDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF) in Denver, Colorado, brings advanced autonomy capabilities to the simplest of drones. Hovermap includes a 360 degree capable LiDAR-based collision avoidance system, allowing drones to be flown…