Medical start-up from Belarus gets into British accelerator

Medical start-up from Belarus gets into British accelerator


The Belarusian startup Coremergy is developing a cardio monitor, and the team will spend the next 12 weeks in the UK, studying in the accelerator IoT Tribe North with the support of the British government, reports citing the founder of the project Andrey Dyusmikeyev.

The startup was one of the 54 participants in the selection and was among the top 10 in the presentation day on January 8. All the projects that got into the accelerator are to some extent engaged in the development of items of the Internet of Things. 

In particular, Belarusian Coremergy creates a home cardio monitor, which allows controlling the dynamics of heart rate and timely learn about possible problems with the vital organ.

The accelerator program consists of 12 weeks of training and the same period of support for start-ups after the release. 

Tribe North estimates the total assistance to each project in the IoT at £ 100,000. The startup has a chance to get the same amount after the final presentation session.