Three months following the launch of its first brain-sensing in-ear Hearable worldwide, the DRYODE Guardian, IDUN Technologies, has announced the closing of a CHF 2M seed extension round. The capital will flow into validating its biomarkers with strategic partners like Takeda and other companies in strategic market segments such as sleep health and assisted hearing.
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
IDUN Technologies, a spin-off from ETH Zurich, develops and manufactures comfortable sensors providing unparalleled signal quality for wearable devices. After participating in the Sony Startup Acceleration Program Europe, IDUN Technologies now adds Sony as one of its investors. In total, IDUN has raised CHF1.5 million in a seed round with Sony. The round is not
Tips for swiss startups seeking funds for the product development – an entrepreneur experience – Gondola SA
Dr. F. Cecchini (Gondola SA): As a startup, Research & Development (R&D) funding is crucial and a strategy to meet this need must be designed in advance. In addition to the numerous grant opportunities available in Switzerland (start-up bids, foundations supporting innovative ideas, etc...), Innosuisse (the Swiss Innovation Agency) provides support for startup businesses.
Gondola Medical Technologies SA, a Swiss company specialising in restorative therapies for neurologic conditions, has completed a strategic round of funding for the development of two new products to be launched in the market in Q2 2020. The GONDOLA medical device is a proprietary device to give AMPS treatment (Automated Mechanical Peripheral Stimulation) for