MintT raises €1 million for digital fall detector
Belgian company MintT has just raised more than €1 million for a digital fall detector, designed to help OAPs in hospitals and nursing homes.
This fundraising will allow the company to “speed up the installations in order to help healthcare staff to secure their patients, in hospitals or in nursing homes” according to Eric Krzeslo, CEO of MintT.
Dubbed ISA (Intelligent Sensing for Ageing), the device is currently deployed in around ten nursing homes and hospitals in Belgium. ISA works via a connected 3D sensor installed in the patient's room, analysis algorithms, artificial intelligence and cloud applications.
Founded in 2014, MintT is specialist in the behavioural analysis of elderly people. They have developed a technological approach to help people age well and improve the quality of care. They offer carers the possibility of studying changes in habits and advise if the patient’s health is at risk.
Daldewolf advised MinT on the transaction. The team was led by Fabian Tchekemian (Corporate practice).
Edited by Ramata Diallo
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