Aseptika’s BuddyWOTCH receives the IoTUK Boost for its onward development as a medical wearable in the Activ8rlives suite
Posted on February 29, 2016
Aseptika is one of just five companies to win a place on the IoTUK Boost mentoring programme, awarded “Highly Commended in Health and Social Care category”. The Company now gains expert mentoring and support in the onward development of the BuddyWOTCHTM medical wearable, designed for those with long-term cardiovascular and respiratory conditions.
Aseptika will receive further support via Cambridge Wireless, SETsquared and IoTUK through membership of their associated networks, physical and virtual showcase opportunities, additional mentoring and support from our expert partner organisations 4YFN, Alloy, Arkessa, Breed Reply, DHACA, EAHSN, Iotic Labs, MediaTek Labs and Tradefair.
“The IoTUK Boost prize winners are commended for the clarity of their business proposition, the simplicity of their user design, the sophistication of their health and social Care technology”, said Bob Driver, CEO of CW.
Read the full Press Release from Cambridge Wireless here.
IoTUK Boost unveils next big things in health and social care tech
Five prizewinners announced in programme to connect IoT start-ups with problem owners across South England.
Cambridge, 29 February, 2016 – In November of last year CW (Cambridge Wireless) were selected as local partners of the IoTUK Boost programme, which aims to convene and amplify the UK’s IoT industry to help business and economic growth. Covering the South of South of England and focusing on health and social care technology, CW together with SETsquared, RTACS, and 5GIC at the University of Surrey ran a competition to select SMEs for rapid incubation workshops in Bristol and Guildford. During these workshops successful SMEs received mentorship from and pitched to representatives of prominent healthcare networks, consultancies and IoT leading companies. From the successful SMEs five prizewinners have now been selected to receive further incubation support from CW, SETsquared and IoTUK through membership of their associated networks, physical and virtual showcase opportunities, and additional mentoring and support from our expert partner organisations 4YFN, Alloy, Arkessa, Breed Reply, EAHSN, Iotic Labs, Tradefair, and MediaTek Labs.
‘The five prizewinners are commended for the clarity of their business proposition, the simplicity of their user design, the sophisticated of their health and social care technology, as well as the strong improvement throughout they showed over the course of the programme’ said Bob Driver, CEO of CW. ‘Whether they were prizewinners of not, all the SMEs who were selected for the programme have benefited from making new contacts with fellow entrepreneurs, advisors and even potential business partners. Wherever necessary CW will be on hand to help them follow up on these connections.’
Follow this link to see the Five Prizewinners.
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