AvidCor Wins $50,000 IoT Techconnect Pitch Competition

AvidCor Wins $50,000 IoT Techconnect Pitch Competition

TROY – AvidCor, a Michigan startup that had been incubated at the Conquer Accelerator in East Lansing, won the $50,000 pitch contest at IoT TechConnect.

AvidCor is a health technology company that will enable inexpensive and disposable, remote cardiac monitoring via a Bluetooth-connected smart device. The data the device collects can then be analyzed, an alert can be set, and it can be shared with the patient and caregiver via a cloud-based electronic medical record.

“AvidCor team is graceful for the IoT connect organizers and judges,” said Executive Chairman Prabode Weebadde. “We are looking forward to Kyyba $50,000 investment and accelerating the growth of AvidCor.”

The company was one of six finalists named by Kyyba Innovations to compete for a $50,000 investment, mentoring and so much more at a competition that will be held April 4 at IoT TechConnect at the Troy Marriott. Information on the other five can be found at https://mitechnews.com/featured/six-finalists-named-by-kyyba-innovations-for-50000-iot-pitch-competition/

“It was an amazing experience to be not only part of the first IoT Tech Connect conference, but also to have high quality start ups apply and pitch during the first annual IoT pitch competition,” said Tel K. Ganesan, Managing Director, Kyyba Innovations. “IoT Tech Connect has certainly planted the seed of IoT hub in Michigan becoming a great enabler for the tech ecosystem in the great state of Michigan”.  

For more on AvidCor, click on https://www.avidcor.com/

By |2018-04-11T16:16:22+00:00April 11th, 2018|Featured, IoT|

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