apoQlar has raised funds in a financing round led by YZR Capital, a German venture capital firm focusing on investments in the health tech field. 

The investment is said to confirm the potential of the augmented reality platform of apoQlar, VSI HoloMedicine. 

apoQlar expects the investment will help in the launch of its new software VSI HoloMedicine version 2.0, which could improve the planning of surgery, medical education and outcomes in patients.

Collaboration with YZR will aid apoQlar in improving its augmented reality technology, bolster its presence in the market and broaden its footprint globally. 

The latest funds will aid apoQlar in partnering with healthcare providers and surgical teams to boost surgical practices and patient outcomes.

apoQlar CEO and co-founder Sirko Pelzl said: “This investment not only validates the potential of our augmented reality platform but also highlights the importance of our mission to improve surgical care. 

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“We are confident in our ability to drive innovation, expand our reach, and make a significant impact on the healthcare industry globally.”

In Singapore, the company also entered a collaboration with National University Health System (NUHS), Infocomm Media Development Authority, Microsoft and Singtel to deploy the HoloMedicine ASAP architecture as part of the NUHS HoloMedicine Programme.