It’s been an incredible journey for the Inavya team, and yet there are still so many more milestones we’re aiming for.
Here’s a brief snapshot of some of our proudest moments.
Inavya wins competition to research and develop its AVATR technology to benefit the National Health Service.
AVATR is a CE Marked medical device.
Inavya Ventures takes part in the Mayor of London’s TechInvest AI pitch, with a view to expand AVATR’s potential into the Smart Cities arena.
The first prototype of AVATR utilising data from the SpyderPro system is brought online.
The potential of AVATR to revolutionise healthcare, and doctor/patient relationships is featured in Forbes Magazine.
The UK Government’s Department for International Trade selects Inavya Ventures as one of the eleven Tech Superstars to highlight London-based healthcare technology in Singapore.
The AVATR Trademark is registered within the EU.
With a focus on precision medicine, Inavya Ventures establishes a collaboration agreement with the medical team behind SpyderPro - a medical-grade, wireless ECG monitoring system developed in association with the National Heart Centre Singapore.
A Newton Fund R&D grant is awarded to Inavya Ventures to develop and integrate AVATR into a Future Smart Cities project with the city of São Paolo - in partnership with Future Cities Catapult, Space Syntax Ltd., Industrial-I and Brazilian ICT research agency, CPQD.
AVATR is certified by the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Key Enabling Technologies as ‘Technology Readiness Level 7’.
The product engineering team makes a technical breakthrough with a unique backend prototype (semantic store and related ontologies) that will become the ‘brain’ that powers AVATR.
Inavya Ventures Ltd is invited to join a UK Government Trade Mission to Singapore, where AVATR’s AI and Machine Learning technology is featured as a novel innovation with the global healthcare, retail and education markets.
As one of the first major signs of UK Government-backed approval, an InnovateUK R&D grant is awarded to Inavya Ventures to support the creation of a ‘quantified self’ technology.
AVATR’s parent company Inavya Ventures Limited is born, with a mission to help consumers harness their personal data in conjunction with AI and machine learning.