Middleware provider Artificial Technology GmbH has attracted new investors in its recently-concluded second round of funding.
The German firm, which has developed the EKI One Middleware since last year, said in a statement that Munich's Falk Strascheg Holding GmbH is now Artificial Technology's lead investor, with Clusterfonds Innovation GmbH & Co. KG also investing in the company.
Existing financiers High-Tech Grunderfonds GmbH & Co. KG, Technologie Seed-Beteiligungsfonds Bayern GmbH & Co. KG, and Falk Strascheg Holding GmbH remain invested in Artificial Technology.
Said CEO Frank Gwosdz, "We are exceedingly happy about the commitment of our old and new investors. The decision of our investors is an affirmation of our previous strategy. And we feel good about having a concept and product that is convincing even in times of economic insecurity."
Artificial Technology unveiled version 1.5 of its AI software during this year's Game Developers Conference, and plans to reveal version 2.0 at the GamesCom expo in Cologne this August.