Polish robotics company Kogena secures €902k from JR Holding

Wroclaw-based robotics and automation company Kogena has secured about €902,000 (PLN 4 million) in financing from JR Holding. As the result of the investment deal, JRH will acquire 20% of shares in the company, Strefa Inwestorow informs.

  • Founded in 2018 by Maciej Plebański, Kogena develops a universal platform for surveillance, diagnosis, and maintenance of all industrial robots and cobots. The AI-based platform CobotMonitor collects and analyses data in the cloud, helping improve their safety and optimize costs.
  • The solution is able to integrate and analyze data from various types of hardware, including robot brands such as Universal Robots, Kawasaki, Yaskawa, Techman, and Epson. Kogena’s platform is used by companies like Ekaterra, Scanfil, Diehl Controls, and Nutricia, among others.

“Kogena’s team is experienced and motivated, which always determines the potential success of the project. The solutions offered by the company support the growing trend of robotization and work automation in production companies. This investment is in line with our investment policy of focusing on the most promising projects in strongly growing industries,”

January Ciszewski, CEO of JR Holding, comments.
  • JR HOLDING ASI is is an alternative joint-stock company based in Krakow. The firm mainly focuses on the CEE companies within the industries like digital business, renewable energy, gaming, medtech and biotech, as well as deeptech, space industry, and modern media.
  • In April this year, the firm made invested in Nanovery during its €285,000 round. And, before that in March 2023, in AI Clearing, a US-based company, who received $1 million from JRH.
  • Kogena will use the fresh capital on the development of the partner network and the integration of new robot brands. By the end of this year, the company wants to strengthen the presence on the American market and start operations in Asia.