We detect and prevent
respiratory infections
in hospitals and nursing homes.

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  1. What?

    We reduce Acquired Respiratory Infections

  2. How?

    Measuring digital biomarkers using connected IoT devices

  3. Who?

    For the Healthcare Market (hospitals & nursing homes)

About Zynnon



Microsoft for Startups is a global program dedicated to helping promising tech startups to build their business by offering access to Microsoft technologies and tools including Azure, GitHub, and Microsoft Teams.

Startups in this program also receive technical support and mentorship to help them manoeuvre around roadblocks and can benefit from Microsoft’s global brand, sales teams, and the commercial marketplace to reach more customers.

Swisscom is the leading provider of communication, IT and entertainment in Switzerland. Outside of Switzerland, Swisscom operates Fastweb in Italy. Swisscom has more than 19,000 employees and is one of the most innovative and sustainable companies in Switzerland.
Swisscom offers mobile telecommunications, fixed network, Internet and digital TV solutions for business and residential customers.

Swisscom develops and maintains the wireless and wireline network infrastructure, distribute broadcasting signals and is also active in the banking, energy, entertainment, advertising and healthcare sectors.

InvestHorizon (https://investhorizon.eu) is a programme financed by the European Commission, in association with Eureka, to facilitate Series A funding for selected deep tech companies boosting their investment readiness and investor relations. The first 131 companies selected have already raised over EUR 53 million in equity funding.

The programme is run by a consortium coordinated by Tech Tour with six other partners: BPI France, Meta Group, EurA, BWCON, EBN, and IESE Business School.

Supported by Innosuisse:
Innosuisse is the Swiss Innovation Promotion Agency. It is a federal entity under public law with a separate legal personality. Innosuisse’s role is to promote science-based innovation in the interests of industry and society in Switzerland.

Innosuisse especially promotes the partnership between academia and the market with innovation projects, networking, training and coaching, laying the groundwork for successful Swiss start-ups, products and services. It provides considerable benefits for a prosperous and sustainable economy.

CSEM, founded in 1984, is a Swiss research and development center (public-private partnership) specializing in microtechnology, nanotechnology, microelectronics, system engineering, photovoltaics and communications technologies.

More than 500 highly qualified specialists from various scientific and technical disciplines work for CSEM in Neuchâtel, Zurich, Muttenz, Alpnach, and Landquart.

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