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Phygital twin deeptech startup Twyn raises $1.25M led by JIIF, ah! Ventures, HEM Angels

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Twyn, a deeptech enterprise SaaS startup, specializes in creating high-fidelity digital twins for manufacturing units. Founded in 2021 by Avi Dahiya, The startup's technology focuses on creating 'phygital' twins - a blend of physical and digital elements. 

These twins replicate live and connected versions of the physical asset and environment and bring back insights from the digital twin to the physical environment for on-ground optimisation of machinery, inventory, and human resources for the manufacturers. This helps enterprises monitor their factory floors remotely, helping them transform their factories to smart factories.

Twyn raises pre-Series A round

The startup said it has raised $1.25 million in a pre-Series A funding round led by JITO Incubation & Innovation Foundation (JIIF) and ah! Ventures. Other notable investors include HEM Angels, Bestvantage, and Beej Network, who also participated in the round.


What is the purpose of fundraising? 

With the fresh capital, Twyn plans to expand its solution across various industries, including auto, petrochemicals, and steel, primarily focusing on the Middle East and European regions. It also aims to strengthen its leadership teams in India and Dubai. This expansion is part of Twyn's strategy to support its growth plans and market expansion.

What industries does Twyn serve?

Twyn's client base is diverse, spanning multiple sectors such as auto, oil and gas, steel, pharmaceuticals, FMCGs, and smart city projects. The startup's innovative solutions cater to large manufacturers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), helping them in their digital transformation journey. Some of Twyn's notable clients include HP, Samsung, Panasonic, P&G, Uno Minda, and JBM Group.

Increase in AI and deeptech adoption

According to founder and CEO Avi Dahiya, the Indian manufacturers and OEMs are increasingly adopting artificial intelligence and deeptech for more efficient operations.

With the growing trend towards Industry 4.0, where artificial intelligence, robotics, and immersive reality play a significant role, Twyn said it aims to offer advanced technology solutions. These solutions are designed to help manufacturers embark on and expedite their digital transformation efficiently.

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