Skip to main content
U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government

OSBR Showcase Categories

Digital Health and Sensing Technologies

The NIA Small Business Programs support small businesses who aim to develop digital health and sensing technologies that address factors that impact the aging population, as well as related conditions like Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

The small business awardees below were selected by NIH in 2019-2020 to present their groundbreaking technologies and interventions to potential partners and third-party investors at industry showcases.

Displaying 1 - 10 of 18 business showcases.
  • Benten ACILIA Technologies logoRead about Benten Technologies, a small business using NIA funding to develop a smart artificial intelligent companion for caregivers of family members living with dementia.

  • Careband LogoRead about CareBand, a small business using NIA funding to develop a wearable sensor that monitors activity and location and that can detect falls.

  • Care Daily logoRead about Care Daily, a small business using NIA funding to make home care affordable with a solution called Caregiver, designed to help seniors age more safely at home and bring peace of mind to families.

  • Care Virtue logoRead about CareVirtue, a small business using NIA funding to develop an online social network and care platform that helps families share information from one centralized account.

  • care.coach LogoRead about care.coach, a small business using NIA funding to further the development of a digital platform using virtual pet avatars to engage older adults.

  • Generation Connect logoRead about Generation Connect, a small business using NIA funding to develop a mobile app that will improve ability to age in place, allowing home care services to be a long-term care solution for dementia.

  • LifeBio logoRead about LifeBio, Inc., a small business using NIA funding to develop a life story application that captures a person’s voice to make short summaries used in direct care delivery.

  • MapHabit logoRead about MapHabit, a small business using NIA funding to develop mobile applications that help memory-impaired individuals and their caregivers accomplish activities and improve function.

  • MedCareCorp logoRead about Medical Care Corporation, a small business using NIA funding to develop biomarkers that quantify the storage and retrieval processes underlying learning and memory.

  • Microsensor Labs logoRead about Microsensor Labs, a small business using NIA funding to develop a system that automates hand hygiene compliance monitoring in order to reduce health care-associated infections.

nia.nih.gov

An official website of the National Institutes of Health