ESPs containing Diota
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Companies in this market develop glasses and other augmented or virtual reality software to help workers go through training, keep track of processes, and reference internal databases. Training can occur on virtual representations of machinery and working environments and include scenarios like malfunctions and breakdowns.
When was Diota founded?
Diota was founded in 2009.
Where is Diota's headquarters?
Diota's headquarters is located at 12 rue des Petits Ruisseaux, Paris.
What is Diota's latest funding round?
Diota's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Diota raise?
Diota raised a total of $11.16M.
Who are the investors of Diota?
Investors of Diota include Calao Finance, Safran Corporate Ventures, Supernova Invest, CM-CIC Innovation, Bpifrance and 4 more.
Who are Diota's competitors?
Competitors of Diota include Taqtile, KIT-AR, ProGlove, Glartek, Rokid, MAXST, RealWear, RE'FLEKT, VIRNECT, Holo-Light and 20 more.
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KIT-AR is a fully integrated industrial augmented reality (AR) system that increases manufacturing productivity by providing the required knowledge when needed. KIT-AR was founded in 2018 and is based in London, England.
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