The Finnish mobile wellness technology company PulseOn has received one million euros investment from the Russian banker Mr Otar Margania, and its current Chairman of the Board, Mr Olli Pohjanvirta. The financial backing enables the company to finalize and launch its wearable wrist heart monitor to markets.
― PulseOn is a good example of a Finnish high tech company that has created a new technology based product that can truly change the markets, says Olli Pohjanvirta.
According to PulseOn, its multipurpose heart rate monitor measures heart rate with beat-to-beat accuracy which enables multiple use cases for exercising, activity, recovery, stress, and sleep monitoring. The device is integrated with mobile apps which “offer meaningful and motivating feedback based on heart rate analytics.”
― We believe PulseOn will become a world leading heart rate solution manufacturer in the strongly growing consumer fitness and wellness markets, says Olli Pohjanvirta, Chairman of the Board and investor representative, says Pohjanvirta.
PulseOn is based in Finland, and has currently 13 employees. The company is a spin-off from Nokia, and was founded in November 2012. The company’s employees are researchers and experts in sensor technology, algorithms and mobile technology and have strong experience in productization and commercialization.
Article is published in cooperation with Good News from Finland.