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Chinese startup develops hygiene monitoring systems for hospitals

Company uses internet-of-things technologies to prevent spread of infections

Chinese startup, smalliot has already developed an infection control system for a number of key points like hand disinfection, hygiene of environmental surface and medical waste. (Photo courtesy of smalliot)

BEIJING -- A Chinese company that develops connected devices to monitor hygienic practices in hospitals, smalliot, has raised 10 million yuan ($1.4 million) in a pre-Series A funding round.

The lead investor was Hangzhou Tounaer Network Technology, an existing shareholder. Co-investors were Xingyi Digital Investment, another existing shareholder, and Qing Venture, a new shareholder.

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