Kerala Start-up Mission (KSUM) company Inker Robotics has raised $1.2 million in a pre-series funding round led by early-stage venture capital firm AHK Ventures.
Education in emerging technologies is crucial for shaping the future, and Inker Robotics is at the forefront of research and delivery in the fields of robotics and the technologically advanced future.
According to a press release published here on Friday, the funding will allow Inker to further improve its training delivery platform in order to develop more engaging content in the fields of robotics and emerging technology education.
We think our platform is a great way to educate the next generation about cutting-edge technology. “We are overjoyed to have the confidence of our investors as we work to equip the next generation with the skills they will need to thrive in the modern world,” said Rahul Balachandran, CEO and managing director of Kerala based start-up.
With the Inker Robomaker as its first product, the distribution platform Inkerlearn intends to establish an ecosystem in which hardware and content are integrated to foster a vibrant community.
He explained that the primary motivation behind Robomaker was to spark an interest in science among the younger generation by making education more hands-on, practical, and interactive.
Inker Robotics intends to expand tech education
Commenting on the investment, Harikrishnan C.A from AHK Ventures, said: “we are witnessing the future with the enormous technological changes happening daily.
We think Inker could have a huge impact on youth around the world by encouraging them to think creatively, innovatively, and entrepreneurially.
The first steps towards building an ecosystem for tech enthusiasts are being taken Kerala based start-up which provides a one-of-a-kind service experience. Amith Raman, co-founder and CEO of Inker Robotics, added, “We are pleased to partner with AHK Ventures on our journey forward.
Company headquarters in Thrissur, is an organization that encourages innovative robotics solutions and cooperative ventures.
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