Leading independent provider of biometrics and health information derived from wearable devices and used in health management solutions. Becoming the preferred health enabler and benchmark for the world’s top consumer electronics companies in areas of digitally enabled insurance and health management

Growth Stage
Core Business Offerings
Biometrics, Wearables, Health
Laurie Olivier
Investment Year
Other Investors

4DI Capital, Acequia Capital, Allectus Capital, Allen & Co, Analog Devices, Bremer Investments, Delos, Dietco, Errol Damelin, Halls Investments, Hannover Re, Invenfin, Lireas, Mogul Capital, Nedbank Corporate and Investment Bank, OneBio Seed Investment Fund, Rachel Diamond, Stellar Capital Partners, Tenhong Holdings & Virgin Group

All Locations
South Africa
United States

5755 North Point Pkwy STE 96, Alpharetta, GA 30022, USA

34.05288478064478, -84.28126973101257

United States

The Woodmill, Vredenburg Rd, Devonvallei, Stellenbosch, 7600

-33.942867059395034, 18.828507825251826

South Africa

Jansdam 2A, 3512 HB Utrecht, Netherlands

52.092848079514745, 5.122251841031265



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