Israel Today is passionate about building connections between our readers and Israeli startups. Because whoever blesses Israel will in turn be blessed, and this can also mean material blessings.
We have already successfully completed three rounds of financing for local startups. For the next, we are happy to present to you two digital health companies, NanoVation and SenterCare, that you can invest in as a shareholder with a minimum investment of 15,000 euros ($16,000 USD).
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NanoVation-GS has developed innovative nano-sensor technology for remote monitoring of chronic lung diseases, which helps to prevent medical aggravation by providing early warning of changes in the patient’s condition, and reduce frequency and length of hospitalizations of patients.
Similarly to how an ECG test enables a comprehensive in-depth examination of the heart function, SenseGuard™ – the system offered by NanoVation-GS, enables a comprehensive in-depth assessment of breathing and respiratory function.
The patented technology, which was developed at the Technion and received CE and ISO regulatory approvals, is showing great results in several clinical trials being held at leading medical centers in Israel and Europe.
The company has received grants and investments from the Israel Innovations Authority and the European Innovation Council (EIC).
SenterCare has developed a smart home monitoring system that can predict and prevent medical emergencies by analyzing behavioral trends and personal medical histories, enabling older adults to age safely in their homes, in private, without cameras or microphones.
SenterCare’s advanced AI-based sensory technology continuously analyzes behavioral patterns, and alerts to irregularities that may indicate distress. The system recognizes the signs leading up to an acute health condition, thus providing a warning in time to prevent it, as opposed to other monitoring systems, which inform only after an event has already occurred (such as falling).
SenterCare was founded within the Trendlines Group – one of Israel’s leading tech incubators, and a prominent investor in the company. Furthermore, the company is operating a pilot project with Natali Healthcare – Israel’s largest emergency healthcare service provider.
If you are interested in investing in either of these companies, write to us at [email protected] and we will get back to you.