Coda Devices Overview

  • Founded
  • 2015
  • Status
  • Acquired/​Merged
  • Latest Deal Type
  • M&A

Coda Devices General Information


Developer of spectrometer devices designed to offer identification and verification of chemical substances. The company's devices are based on Raman technology are able to identify up to 4 components in mixtures and their relative concentrations in less than 15 seconds from 3600 names in mixtures of powders, liquids, gels and solid matter that can be performed through any transparent material, enabling local, state, federal law enforcement, legal systems and crime labs to manage arrests, improve investigations while mitigating the risk of false arrests and early suspect releases.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
(Operating Subsidiary)
Financing Status
Formerly VC-backed
Primary Industry
Electronic Equipment and Instruments
Other Industries
Other Hardware
Other Commercial Products
Parent Company
Primary Office
  • 101 Jefferson Drive
  • Menlo Park, CA 94025
  • United States
+1 (650) 000-0000
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Coda Devices Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
2. Merger/Acquisition 20-Aug-2019 00000 Completed Generating Revenue
1. Early Stage VC 00000 00000 Completed Generating Revenue
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Coda Devices Executive Team (2)

Name Title Board Seat Contact Info
Anatoly Konukhov Co-Chief Executive Officer
Vasily Nikolaev Co-Chief Executive Officer
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Coda Devices Former Investors (2)

Investor Name Investor Type Holding Investor Since Participating Rounds Contact Info
Phystech Ventures Venture Capital Minority 000 0000 000000 0
Quantum Wave Fund Venture Capital Minority 000 0000 000000 0
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