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RealWear, a Vancouver, Wash.-based startup that sells “assisted reality” smart devices used by frontline workers, closed a $23.5 million round. Companies such as Exxon Mobil, Goodyear, and others use RealWear’s devices. In a press release, the company said it is shifting “from a hardware-centric to a platform-centric company.” RealWear is led by chairman and CEO Andrew Chrostowski. Qualcomm Ventures, Kopin and Columbia Ventures Corporation also invested in the Series C round led by Foundry Group.

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