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About AutoVRse

AutoVRse focuses on the development of Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) applications, operating within the technology and immersive media industry. The company's main offerings include the creation of VR/AR applications that are used for marketing, training and skill development, and design reviews. These applications are primarily used by enterprises in various sectors such as automotive, home appliances, agricultural equipment, pharmaceuticals, and FMCG. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Bengaluru, India.

Headquarters Location

659, 14th Cross Road Jeewan Griha Colony, 2nd Phase, J. P. Nagar,

Bengaluru, 560078,


+91 77951 39536


AutoVRse's Product Videos

AutoVRse's Products & Differentiators

    Space 1

    AutoVRse and Space1 Harness AR to Power the Future of Field Service and Inspection.


Research containing AutoVRse

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned AutoVRse in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Dec 1, 2023.

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Latest AutoVRse News

VR/AR tech startup AutoVRse secures $2 million in funding

Feb 21, 2024

According to the company, the funding will primarily be utilised to further enhance AutoVRse's foundational enterprise product, VRseBuilder. 270 million accidents occur in heavy industries, costing them $1.25 trillion globally. AutoVRse, a homegrown VR/AR tech startup, has successfully closed a $2 million funding round led by Lumikai. AutoVRse has delivered cutting-edge VR solutions to multiple Fortune 500 companies and industry leaders including Shell, Godrej, Bosch, Tata Motors, Ultratech Cements, Aditya Birla Group, and many others. According to the company, the funding will primarily be utilised to further enhance AutoVRse's foundational enterprise product, VRseBuilder. “VRseBuilder is an end-to-end modular technology stack and SAAS platform to integrate VR into workflows of industries like manufacturing, construction, engineering, oil and gas, automotive, replacing ineffective manual instruction and/or expensive simulation techniques for purposes ranging from safety training, to sales and collaborative remote work.” 270 million accidents occur in heavy industries, costing them $1.25 trillion globally. VrseBuilder is a one-stop, self-serve, modular, SAAS-style platform that empowers large organizations to effortlessly create, deploy, and manage VR training solutions and applications at scale, in real-time, across the world. "This funding will enable AutoVRse to augment their team with top-tier talent, and spearhead expansion efforts in the United States and expand their product suite. The company also plans to set up a B2B sales team in the US to drive qualified lead generation and facilitate market expansion," the company added. The company also leverages their state-of-the-art, in-house game studio for cutting-edge research and development while building District M, the Multiverse Dance Festival - a social, multiplayer, rhythm VR game. The game's demo was launched on the Oculus AppLab two years ago and will soon be launched on Meta and PlayStation. The gaming division works closely with the enterprise division to leverage innovations for enterprise product development.

AutoVRse Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was AutoVRse founded?

    AutoVRse was founded in 2016.

  • Where is AutoVRse's headquarters?

    AutoVRse's headquarters is located at 659, 14th Cross Road, Bengaluru.

  • What is AutoVRse's latest funding round?

    AutoVRse's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • How much did AutoVRse raise?

    AutoVRse raised a total of $2.02M.

  • Who are the investors of AutoVRse?

    Investors of AutoVRse include Lumikai, Yash Kotak, Rajat Monga, Dhiraj Bansal, Deepak Kumar and 5 more.

  • Who are AutoVRse's competitors?

    Competitors of AutoVRse include, AVEVA, Sentient, echo3D, XR labs and 7 more.

  • What products does AutoVRse offer?

    AutoVRse's products include Space 1 and 3 more.


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