WHY PARTNER WITH US?
We work with a range of academics, health innovators and investors.
They all share our passion for the solution and are motivated to bring it to market as soon as humanly possible.
Want to be part of something amazing?
We have a special relationship with one of the world’s largest insurance companies, Reinsurance Group of America (RGA).
Their innovation arm (RGAx) is tasked with finding new technologies that they think could disrupt the insurance industry and work with those companies to help RGA’s future positioning.
RGAx has identified Kraydel’s approach as having the potential to create new markets (such as wellbeing for the elderly) and impact existing business sectors (such as health and life insurance), and they are one of the early investors helping to develop and build the service.
Invest NI was an early believer in our vision and ever since they saw our first model, have been working with us as an investor and as a strategic partner, creating key relationships and making connections that have brought us to the point where our service is almost in market.
We’re very lucky to have supporters such as Invest NI, and are pleased we’ll soon deliver on the promise we made, and their faith in us.
Working with the UK's brightest minds
Our focus on positive ageing and the belief that we’ll address the growing problem of social isolation and loneliness in the elderly has helped us build a strong network of relationships with the UK’s world-beating research talents:
- With the University of Ulster, we have established a knowledge-transfer partnership to develop the underlying engine for our customer interface, in conjunction with the university’s AI experts.
- The University of Brighton’s School of Health Science has been working with Kraydel to develop a group of elders in the Living Lab (a collaboration established with the Brighton and Hove County Council) to help co-design Kraydel’s products and services.
- We are working with Warwick Business School and the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge to research how the data and devices in our service can be best configured for user security, safety and outcomes.
If this is something you think you’d like to be involved in, let’s have chat.
Kraydel is in receipt of Grant for R&D support from Invest NI for Kraydel Version 2 product development.
This project, which is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth and Jobs Programme 2014-2020, aims to develop a second generation version of our non-intrusive home-monitoring product for the elderly and other vulnerable people.
Kraydel is in receipt of Grant for R&D support from Invest NI for Kraydel Version 3 product development.
This project, which is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth and Jobs Programme 2014-2020, aims to develop a third generation version of our non-intrusive home-monitoring product for the elderly and other vulnerable people.
This includes migration to a more powerful processing platform, development of sound classification capabilities, integration with wearables, and development of features for the professional care provider market.
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