Threedy secures €1.8M in seed funding to commercialize its instant3Dhub platform
German startup Threedy has raised a €1.8 million investment led by the Industrial Technologies Fund btov Partners, in association with High Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) and Fraunhofer, the startup says in a press release.
Threedy is a spin-off from Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD in Darmstadt. The startup develops visual computing as a service platform instant3Dhub that enables customers to access and interact with industrial 3D data on any device instantly and build applications fulfilling different needs.
“instant3Dhub allows our customers to exploit the full potential of their 3D data, across all application and device classes – and to directly integrate those data with business or sensor data for digital twin scenarios,” Christian Stein, CEO of Threedy, emphasizes.
instant3Dhub supports visualization, VR and AR applications, and serves companies in the automotive, aerospace and energy industries, as well as users of building information modeling solutions. Leading German automotive OEMs, such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Siemens, already utilize Threedy’s solution.
The proceeds will help Threedy commercialize the platform in the mid-term, and to expand the product offering in 2021.