PT Lanius Inovasi Indonesia (Lanius Lab), a tech holding startup based in Surabaya, Indonesia, has become part of the Oculus ISV program for the Asia-Pacific region starting this Q4 of 2020. Consisted of three brands, namely Machine Vision, Tictech Studio, and Nyayata Interlogi, Lanius will continue further with the support of Oculus to accelerate digital transformation in Indonesia through Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality solutions.
Surabaya - Good news to start the Q4 of 2020, PT Lanius Inovasi Indonesia (Lanius Lab), a startup based in Surabaya, Indonesia, has become part of the Oculus ISV Program for the Asia-Pacific Region. The Oculus ISV Program is a program that works with enterprise developers and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to engage with Oculus. The goal of the ISV program is to accelerate customer adoption of VR solutions built for Oculus enterprise products.
“This is a great milestone for us. Since by being able to be qualified as one of the vendors, we have proven that our solutions and services have been appreciated by Oculus. We are hoping that this will open a wider opportunity for Lanius to develop better VR and AR solutions.” said the Chief Business Development Officer of Lanius Lab, Muhammad Ali Fikri.
PT Lanius Inovasi Indonesia itself is a company specialized in technology and digital transformation that consists of three brands namely Machine Vision, Tictech Studio, and Nyayata Interlogi. These three brands aim to accelerate digital transformation in different sectors. Machine Vision in industry, TicTech Studio in research, and Nyayata Interlogi in entertainment.
VR holds a vast potential to drive a successful business. It has been proven to help companies to grow, specifically in terms of productivity, collaboration, and upskilling and reskilling of the workforces. From this partnership, Lanius Lab will be offering more internationally standardized solutions and services throughout our capabilities, so that Indonesia can fully embrace digital transformation.