Opfikon ZH – IDUN Technologies intends to use its Dryode biosensor to connect emotional and cognitive states of the mind with devices in the Internet of Things. The company has partnered with Asclepios to test this technology on analogue space missions.
IDUN Technologies develops sensors for wearable devices. Its first product is the biosensor Dryode. The company now plans to use this to better understand emotional and cognitive states of the mind. It then wants to connect these states to devices in the Internet of Things (IoT). In a press release, the company terms this network the Internet of Humans. The vision of IDUN Technologies is that bodies will actively and passively drive experiences with connected devices.
IDUN Technologies has entered a strategic partnership with Asclepios to test its technology on analogue space missions. Asclepios is a project made by students, for students. It makes it possible to simulate a mission on another celestial body and testing prototypes in the field.
The goal of the collaboration is to test and improve operability of Dryode in extreme environments. They will also investigate the reactions of body and mind under pressure.
IDUN Technologies was founded in 2017 as a spin-off from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH). The company is headquartered in Opfikon.