Meet Aifloo, Ayo, Chino, Gamebus, HandinScan, Soma Analytics and Qinematic
Digital Health Days, an international conference hosted in Stockholm, focuses on the digital transformation of the healthcare system, highlighting patient empowerment, emerging business opportunities for new and non-traditional players and trends in related research areas such as Biosensors, Big Data, Assisted Ambient Living and Gamification.
The theme for the DHD 2016 is the customer perspective where international experts share their insights from various fields, European start-ups with innovative solutions will pitch on stage and VC panels will discuss the trends and emerging businesses and demos and hands-on workshops are held in sessions focusing on design thinking and patient involvement.
Meet the teams from EIT Digital at the stands T05 and T06 and in sessions on stage:
Aifloo is developing an e-health system based on artificial intelligence (AI), which increases the safety and independence for elderly and chronically ill by detecting and analysing behaviours and alerting at danger, notifying relatives or care providers.
Ayo has a lighting solution that actively improves your sleep, increases your energy levels and minimizes jet lag. Ayo Light app allows you to regulate and optimize important hormone releases in your body naturally and control it with your smartphone.
Chino offers to digital health businesses secure API and database to safely store, access and share sensitive data in compliance with the European data protection laws.
Gamebus provides an app that supports physical, social and cognitive wellbeing. Friends and family combine social interaction with playing games, setting goals and challenging each other for a healthier lifestyle.
Hand in Scan is a health-tech company which developed a proprietary platform - Semmelweis Scanner - for immediate quality-assured assessment of hand hygiene at healthcare institutions, manufacturing plants, food banks or in the hospitality industry.
Soma Analytics offers a smartphone app that measures, manages and reduces stress in the workplace. Employees benefit from improved mental resilience and productivity, while employers reduce attrition and absenteism.
Qinematic software is a fast an affordable 3D body scan that automatically measures posture, balance and movement control, gives instant personalised feedback and creates an electronic report providing you with knowledge about yourself.
In the conference program these sessions features EIT Digital Wellbeing scaleups:
September 21 at 1 pm Dragons Den session: Ayo, Hand in Scan and Soma Analytics September 22 at 11 am Business session "Challenges for European startups": Chino.io
For more information see www.digitalhealthdays.se and follow @DigiHealthSthlm