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Vodafone event at the House of Commons

Kraydel attends Vodafone’s launch of their loneliness report at the House of Commons

A new report commissioned by Vodafone UK reveals that digital technology can help alleviate loneliness among the over 50s. The report was launched at the House of Commons on 19th March.
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The Telegraph - The tech firms targeting the 'grey pound'

The tech firms targeting the ‘grey pound’

Hambro Perks, which boasts of an investment strategy that is long-term, led a seed round in June for Kraydel, a startup from Northern Ireland that has developed a “smart”, plug-in device for older people to engage with in a simple way and tackle loneliness.
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Kraydel Set top Box

Kraydel’s Head of Data discusses healthcare innovation

In preparation for the Healthcare SIG's event on May 30, "Healthcare technology – a crystal ball into what is in our future", CW interviews Amer Fasihi, Head of Data at Kraydel.
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Evening Standard - The tech start-ups ready to disrupt the UK’s £20 billion social care industry

The tech start-ups ready to disrupt the UK’s £20 billion social care industry

The UK's social care sector is facing some major issues. The number of people needing care is rising as we face an ageing population, yet care is very expensive and the sector is facing chronic staff shortages.
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Belfast Telegraph - New device from Northern Ireland firm aims to improve the lives of elderly

New device from Northern Ireland firm aims to improve the lives of elderly

Kraydel is developing a TV smart device that will reconnect the elderly with the wider community. It sits on top of the TV as a connected device, linking the elderly to their carers or family members through the screen.
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Invest Northern Ireland

Kraydel invests in R&D to develop revolutionary smart device

Dr Vicky Kell, Director of Innovation, Research & Development, Invest Northern Ireland said: “Kraydel is a fast growing company which has developed pioneering technology that can track the health and well-being of vulnerable people living alone. Our support for R&D has helped the company to significantly increase the capabilities of its original system, with more advanced sensors.
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