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Artiria Medical, Planny and Algorized receive support from FIT

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The three startups have received financial support from the Foundation for technological innovation (FIT).

Artiria Medical gets a Tech Growth loan to treat strokes

Artiria Medical, a leader in medical device innovation for neurovascular treatments, receives a CHF 500,000 Tech Growth Loan. Their unique deflectable wire technology, which significantly improves the accuracy and speed of treating vascular diseases, represents a major leap forward in stroke treatment. This funding will contribute to Artiria’s ongoing clinical trials and efforts to obtain CE marking, paving the way for expanded use of their life-saving device. Artiria’s commitment to reducing stroke mortality and morbidity is clear, as demonstrated by their successful FDA clearance and the keen interest from the medical community. In addition, the start-up announces today a new round of funding.


Planny secures CHF 400,000 to transform workforce management

Planny, with its automated workforce scheduling platform, has been granted a CHF 400,000 Tech Growth Loan. Addressing the urgent need for improved workforce engagement in mission-critical sectors, Planny’s solution integrates all rules and preferences – collective, legal, and individual – to propose fair and optimal schedules quasi-instantly. This funding will bolster Planny’s sales efforts and product-market fit assessment, supporting their vision to inspire and engage employees on an unprecedented scale through a feedback loop system. With a focus on healthcare and other critical sectors, Planny is poised to transform workforce management with its innovative AI platform.

Algorized receives CHF 100,000 for its advanced detection technology

Algorized, a pioneer in scalable sensing and perception technology, has been awarded a CHF 100,000 Tech Seed loan. The company fundamentally transform sensors manufacturing industry by bringing sensing and perception AI software on chip. By leveraging Ultra-Wideband sensor technology, the innovative software is used for in-door navigation, capable of detecting human presence, understanding if it is an adult or a child and capturing vital signs even through walls. This funding will enable Algorized to expand its team with of senior engineers and to accelerate the development of its software to its customers. Algorized’s technology promises to enhance safety and health monitoring across automotive and consumer electronics, making it a crucial advancement in embedded sensing solutions.



Source: press release