Augmented reality: Spectral TMS raises 2 million euros from Elaia

by bold-lichterman

The French start-up Spectral TMS, which is developing an augmented reality solution to guide industrial technicians, is raising 2 million euros in seed from Elaia, with the participation of its historical investors.

Launched in 2018 by Amaury Cottin and Maxence Boucas, the startup is developing an augmented reality solution for industrial technicians. It enables them to be trained and to be guided during maintenance, production and operating operations. To do this, Spectral TMS uses the Hololens 2 mixed reality glasses designed by Microsoft and integrates its information and recommendations into the user’s field of vision. For more autonomy, technicians can build and modify courses in augmented reality online, via a web platform.

“The new era of Industry 4.0”

“The industrial sector has accelerated its digital transformation to enter the new era of Industry 4.0 and the coronavirus pandemic has only increased the problem of skills deficit», Comments Cédric Favier, Venture Partner at Elaia. “Spectral TMS ‘augmented reality solution enables its customers to achieve operational excellence anywhere in the world by promoting knowledge sharing and transfer, training and the digitization of processes.. “

Spectral TMS, which has developed its solution alongside around fifteen augmented reality experts, has already made it possible to carry out around twenty projects in the industry and aims to continue its development in Europe.

Spectral TMS: the key data

Founders: Amaury Cottin and Maxence Boucas
Creation: 2018
The head office : Évry, Ile-de-France
Sector: industry, augmented reality
Activity: augmented reality solution to guide industrial technicians

Funding: 2 million euros in seed from Elaia, with the participation of its historical investors.