Having already carried out several field trials designed to put Bodytrak through its paces, we’re starting to get some really positive feedback from organisations
about Bodytrak. Here’s a new testimonial from Watch Manager, Simon Hilton, at Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service:
“We trialled early stage prototype units across a range of exercises during real fire and CFBT training. For the first time in our extreme environments, we are able to record data for core body temp and heart rate in real time, which will help to build upon the existing health and safety practices for firefighters. We can see the potential in the technology and look forward to trialling the final product."
Simon Hilton, Watch Manager, Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service
This is what Matthew Scherba, Partner at our lead investor, Breed Reply has to say about Bodytrak:
“Bodytrak is an exciting IoT-based company, 12 months ahead of its competition, with compelling cross-sector opportunities in health and wellness applications. Its unique positioning against the competition and traction gained to date, along with the management’s timely delivery of the business plan so far, are the main reasons Breed Reply is looking to re-invest in Bodytrak.”
Matthew Scherba, Partner, Breed Reply
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Bodytrak has over 40 trials lined up with international organisations such as fire and rescue services, defence organisations (such as the MOD, US special forces), oil & gas and utility companies, NHS and elite sports teams. We are also already supported by major industry backers (£3 million) such as Innovate UK, DSTL (the science and technology provider to MOD) and Bodytrak’s major stakeholder, Breed Reply - part of the €780 million Reply Group (2016 revenue).
For more about why Bodytrak is so unique, and the technology behind it, take a look at our video above or click here.