Atlantic Labs is behind an investment round of just under $2 million into Switzerland-based Travizory.
The company's platform allows countries to obtain passenger details, biographic, biometric, itineraries and health information, so that airports and border officials can validate entry requirements.
The collection of traveler data is combined with existing Passenger Name Record information.
Travizory was created in 2019 and is headed by the former manager of SITA Labs, Renaud Irminger.
Atlantic's backing in the company comes as airports and countries look to integrate heathcare details such as COVID-19 test results into the screening process for traveler entry.
Irminger says: "As the aviation industry opens up again, it is essential we do so in a safe and secure way, that is sustainable in the long-term. The last thing any of us want – airlines, airports, the supply chain and, most importantly, travelers – is to see another closure of air traffic.
"This funding from Atlantic Labs comes at the perfect moment: we are working with several governments to enable the safe reopening of borders and we will launch our platform within weeks."
Germany-based Atlantic has previously investment in the likes of GetYourGuide and Omio in the travel industry.