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Founded Year



Series D | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$80.85M | 9 mos ago

About Ultraleap

Ultraleap aka Ultrahaptics develops a technology that enables users to receive feedback without needing to wear or touch anything. The technology uses ultrasound to project sensations through the air and directly onto the user. Users can 'feel' touch-less buttons to get feedback for mid-air gestures or interact with virtual objects.

Ultraleap Headquarters Location

The West Wing Glass Wharf, Bristol

Bristol, England, BS2 0EL,

United Kingdom

+44 117 325 9002

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Ultraleap in 5 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Feb 21, 2022.

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Ultraleap is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Game Changers 2018.


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Ultraleap Patents

Ultraleap has filed 65 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Virtual reality
  • Acoustics
  • Hand gestures
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Radio modulation modes, Quantized radio modulation modes, Radar, Electrical engineering, Radio electronics


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Related Topics

Radio modulation modes, Quantized radio modulation modes, Radar, Electrical engineering, Radio electronics



Latest Ultraleap News

08:19 EDT Consumer aversion to touchscreen germs is here to stay

Aug 4, 2022

News provided by Share this article Share this article BRISTOL, England, Aug. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- New research  has found that consumers across the world are still concerned about using public touchscreens due to fears of germ transmission. Some are even changing their behaviour to avoid using them altogether in public venues. With Ultraleap's touchless technology you can turn touchscreens touchless Today Ultraleap , the natural user interface company, releases the results of a global consumer survey  that was conducted in the UK, US, China and Japan and looks at attitudes to public touchscreens. It reveals that more than half of consumers in these markets (52%) are concerned about touchscreen hygiene, and those concerns are broader than just COVID-19. The survey also found that the majority of respondents (72%) are also changing their behaviour at least sometimes to avoid germs on public touchscreens and nearly a third (29%) are always changing their behaviour. These behaviours include: touching the screen as little as possible (25%), using hand sanitizer before (29%) or after (45%) touching the screen, or even avoiding places where they have to use a touchscreen (10%). This avoidance behaviour is likely to have a direct commercial impact on retailers and brands. Touchscreens provide autonomous service points for consumers, while also providing a commercial uplift in certain environments. It's reported that self-service kiosks bring in higher-than-average order sizes and require fewer staff at checkout. "Fast food restaurants like McDonald's and Burger King rely on self-service touchscreens to upsell more food and drink. If people are actively not using them, then brands are losing revenue opportunities. Our report demonstrates that offering a touchless option on their self-serve kiosks can provide a solution that caters to all consumers - especially those who are more hygiene-conscious. Doing so can help generate incremental revenue of between $1,800 - $4,500 per month," said Saurabh Gupta , Vice President of Out-of-Home Product at Ultraleap. The research also reveals that consumers are not only open to (83%) but are actively positive about touchless solutions as an alternative to touchscreens - 68% of respondents said that they'd be more likely to visit a grocery store or fast-food restaurant if it offered a touchless self-service screen. Download the full report here . Contact:

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Ultraleap Rank

  • When was Ultraleap founded?

    Ultraleap was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Ultraleap's headquarters?

    Ultraleap's headquarters is located at The West Wing, Bristol.

  • What is Ultraleap's latest funding round?

    Ultraleap's latest funding round is Series D.

  • How much did Ultraleap raise?

    Ultraleap raised a total of $165.58M.

  • Who are the investors of Ultraleap?

    Investors of Ultraleap include Mayfair Equity Partners, Tencent Holdings, CMB International Capital, British Patient Capital, IP Group and 8 more.

  • Who are Ultraleap's competitors?

    Competitors of Ultraleap include HaptX and 6 more.

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