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By Paul Lunow

Nepos Launches Pilot Project with Geeny, Part of Telefónica NEXT

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Dear Companists,

The advantages of digitalization in the health industry are evident. Many elderly people can benefit from smart digital technologies. Only if they understand how to use the devices, how to communicate with their families, caretakers, and physicians via the devices or how to use these to track their own data.

Our expertise in user guidance and our tablet caught Telefónica Next’s interest. The entrepreneurial spin-off of Telefónica Next, a leading mobile service provider in Germany, promotes innovation in the areas of big data, audience targeting and internet of things. We are pleased to start a joint pilot project with Geeny, Telefónica Next’s consumer IoT platform. Geeny’s aim is to connect products with a “mix and match” strategy to create new use cases for consumers.

 

Nepos - Geeny

 

Best practice example Cardiomo

Using Cardiomo as an example, Geeny and we want to demonstrate the advantages of digital networking for older people. Cardiomo is a device that controls human health and can detect symptoms of diseases such as stroke, heart attacks or specific heart diseases. The device is worn on the chest below the heart; it measures heart rhythm, body temperature, movement, and records electrocardiograms. The integrated motion sensor even detects falls.

The Cardiomo app reminds you to take your medication on time and offers many other supporting functions. Cardiomo evaluates all data using state-of-the-art algorithms; the processed data is uploaded to the Geeny cloud. The Nepos interface is intended to make it easier for Cardiomo users to access their data and use the device. The collaboration on this project will start in the next few days.

 

Berlin Valley title story

We were all excited and incredibly happy yesterday when we saw the latest edition of the Berlin Valley: Wow! The startup magazine dedicated the cover story to Nepos. If you want to read the article, you can find the free e-paper here: https://berlinvalley.com/startup-magazin-download/

The editor-in-chief of Berlin Valley, Jan Thomas, with whom I had a long and very interesting conversation and who followed our story over a longer period of time, writes in his foreword: "Occasionally, Berlin Valley presents entrepreneurs who follow their social responsibility, address socially relevant issues, and are not just out for the big exit."

You are most welcome to continue supporting us on this path.

 

Best greetings,

Paul



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