Pilotfish receives Eurostars funding
Pilotfish is thrilled to announce its partnership with Cerebra Medical Ltd. and IDUN Technologies AG has received EUROSTARS funding support for a “Personalised Sleep Recovery Platform” project.
The project combines Pilotfish’s design expertise with Cerebra’s proprietary Odds Ratio Product (ORP) sleep depth, IDUN’s leading in-ear brain interface technology to create a platform for consumers to understand and improve their sleep on an individual level.
The project is a first as IDUN in-ear technology makes direct, lab-quality analysis of sleep comfortable and broadly accessible. Cerebra’s patented ORP technology leverages this information, moving beyond conventional scoring methods to dig deeper into brain activity during sleep. The resulting consumer application analyses this uniquely high-quality sleep data to provide personalised and adaptive feedback on improving sleep quality.
“Here we have excellent software and technology that has a huge potential to provide better sleep and lives for many people with sleep disorders,” says Marc Nagel, Managing Director of Pilotfish.
“We are looking forward to tackling our part: the enormous design challenge to create a device that is comfortable to wear overnight, and that disappears from the mind to let the user have sweet dreams.”
Eurostars, co-funded by the European Union through Horizon Europe, is the largest international funding program for SMEs wishing to collaborate on R&D projects that create innovative products, processes, or services for commercialisation.
“Are you looking for a partner who can guide you to create unique user experiences and help you to achieve your digital challenges? Let’s get in touch and tell us what you have in mind.”
Marc Nagel, Managing Director