1. The PIONEAR team

    3.65M EUR to develop the microphones of the future

    The Sweden-based company Lumiary, together with international partners, has been awarded 3.65 million EUR in funding for the development of next-generation microphone technology through the prestigious EIC Pathfinder (European Innovation Council's program for the development of breakthrough technologies).

  2. Per Grön and Andreas Lundström

    Lumiary receives 1M SEK in support to build next-gen microphone

    A new type of microphone will use laser technology to hear as well as the human ear, or better. Behind the technological leap is Per Grön and the deep tech company Lumiary, which is based in Härnösand and aims to revolutionize professional audio, consumer electronics and medical technology.

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