• 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • AVATR is certified by the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Key Enabling Technologies as ‘Technology Readiness Level 7’.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The AVATR Trademark is registered within the EU.
  • 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 potential of AVATR to revolutionise healthcare, and doctor/patient relationships is featured in Forbes Magazine.
  • The first prototype of AVATR utilising data from the SpyderPro system is brought online.
  • 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.
  • AVATR is a CE Marked medical device.