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Adris Technologies Awarded Additional Funding

Many parents struggle to manage their children’s seizures. PulseGuard has changed the lives of many of these families.  As a result, the Nominet Trust awarded funding in October 2015. Consequently, this grant helped create a seizure monitor for the professional health industry.

This week saw the release of PulseGuard Pro. PulseGuard Pro links into any on-site call alarm system. Care-homes are already expressing huge interest. Successful trials at the Epilepsy Society paved the way for the release. Seeing this, the Nominet Trust recognised our desperate need to expand. In addition to the first grant, they have now awarded us with new funding.

PulseGuard inventor, Adrian Perry, was incredibly excited at the possibilities for PulseGuard with this new award:

“We are a small family business. We rely on outside income to continue the good work we do. Therefore, this new grant from the Nominet Trust will allow us to expand. One area will be our sales team. Serving county councils all over the country is a big priority, due to the many patients they care for. Furthermore, with this grant, we will be able to expand our research and engineering base. PulseGuard will evolve, with new epilepsy monitoring research appearing.

We have had numerous successes. Changing the lives of many families around the UK is the biggest. We want to expand on this. Therefore, it is our aim to improve the lives of families all over the world. Over half a million people in the UK suffer with Epilepsy, while there is a total of 65 million worldwide. Hence, we have a long way to go!”

 

PulseGuard Pro is now available to purchase from our online shop

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Jonnie Temple

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