Inovytec, a Hod-Hasharon, Israel-based developer of emergency medical devices, received a $3m strategic investment.
Hong Kong-based Vincent Medical Holdings made the investment.
Founded in 2011 by Dror Matalon and Udi Kantor, Inovytec specializes in developing and commercializing innovative solutions for out-of-hospital medical emergencies.
Its solutions include:
– Sali, a an Automated Oxy-Defibrillator that combines oxygen therapy, airway management and defibrillation alongside real-time telemonitoring;
– Lubo, a solution for airway and immobilization management of medical emergencies; and
– Ventway, a a ultralight and small-size ventilator that provides a new effective way of ventilation in a wide range of acute respiratory emergencies.
The company’s team also include Ralph Sassun, CFO, Mark Shahar, CTO, and Nir Barkai, CSO.