Team Ventora developed a prototype device to assist in measuring airway pressure in neonatal infants in intensive care who are receive assisted breathing via CPAP or high-flow.
The team is seeking to commercialise their device, after winning a place in the final five of MedTech’s Got Talent. Team Ventora joined The Actuator Accelerator in 2019. They were also accepted into the Melbourne Accelerator Velocity program in 2019.
Amy Yu represented Ventora Medical in Shanghai at the #HiMed Accelerator and Innovation Centre opening ceremony/bootcamp and at the #Slush Shanghai Expo in 2019. Edward Buijs represented Ventora at the 2019 AdvaMed The MedTech Conference in Boston.
Team InCora developed a prototype device to non-invasively measure pressure inside the head.
Team Scionic developed a prototype device to reduce Peripheral Intravenous (PIV) line complications for neonates in Australia and worldwide.
Team Horizen developed a prototype device to predict agitation in dementia patients. They won the People’s Choice Award at Medtech’s Got Talent 2018.
Team SepsID developed a prototype device to estimate risk of sepsis development in healthcare.