SEP made the investment alongside the Scottish Investment Bank, the investment arm of Scottish Enterprise.
Cyberhawk, which makes remotely-operated aerial vehicles for industrial inspection, said the funding would allow it to accelerate its growth, create jobs and expand its products and services.
Tony Robison, who led the deal for SEP, said, “The investment has come on the back of Cyberhawk establishing a growing demand for its inspection services and an impressive list of blue chip customers.
“The management team has a strong track record, a growing pipeline of opportunities and has built a trusted brand.
“It is operating in an exciting global market and SEP is pleased to be able to support the company’s growth plans.”
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