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Kogifi wants to raise PLN 6 million for the development of the AIDAR LMS project
AIDAR LMS is an innovative system based on augmented and virtual reality solutions, which is successfully used, among others, for on-the-job training in industry 4.0. His advantages were appreciated by, among others Daimler, in his factory in Jawor. Now Kogifi, the creator of the system, is looking for an investor that will allow even faster product development. The company's goal is to raise approximately PLN 6 million in the first investment round.
The matter is widely described by Polish media:
Inwestycje.pl pay attention to what the acquired funds will be used for: "The capital will be allocated to the development of the Enterprise SaaS platform and implementation of new functionalities in the AIDAR LMS system. The company also plans to implement a partner program, giving IT companies around the world the opportunity to implement the platform for local customers after purchasing licenses. Kogifi representatives say this is the perfect time to partner with external investors. "
The leading Polish economic portal, money.pl, shows that the value of the AIDAR LMS system is even higher now, during and after the pandemic: "AR and VR technologies are conquering consecutive sectors and industries, and the pandemic has led companies to look for ideas to reduce interaction between employees while maintaining business continuity. Not to mention the widespread transition to the remote work system and the related demand for technologies supporting the daily functioning of enterprises, including remote education of personnel. AIDAR LMS is a product perfectly matching current market needs. "
In turn, the official city portal of Wroclaw - wroclaw.pl notes that "The potential of the solution is also evidenced by the fact that it is used to professionally activate disabled people and other employees with special needs, as part of the Kogifi partnership in the government's Accessibility Plus Program."
Wyborcza.biz describes the program partners: "The product has already gained supporting partners who help in development and are looking for interesting implementations together. Among the most important of them, Kogifi includes, among others, the robot manufacturer Fanuc, with whom the company works on online training and remote machine operation (looking at industry trend 4.0 in enterprises and factories), Commscope, with which they are working together on a new trend in the infrastructure sector, and NTT Systems, with which they jointly create innovations in the telecommunications and medical sectors. "
More information (in Polish) can be obtained from the links provided in the text.