and daily life for children with respiratory conditions
Tiny Wolf is a Danish health tech company that combines human analytics and health hardware products.
Our first device features instant local-zone air treatment and advanced computer-vision. Provides the child with the best possible air quality during sleep, and gives parents the ability to monitor the children’s day-to-day respiratory health and spot symptom changes - while sharing the medical data with your doctor for faster diagnosis.
Computer Vision with Symptoms Detection
Using the data from our vision system, we can build a personal profile for better management your child respiratory conditions. At the moment our focus is mainly on asthma. In time our neural network will be able to predict exacerbation and even attacks days before they happen. Our platform captures data and uses these for enhanced management for children already living with diagnosed asthma and allergies.
Air treatment technology
Our patent pending air treatment technology removes 80 % of all particles in the breathing zone within the first 120 seconds and continues to improve over time. The device creates a gentle dome of unmixed clean air around the sleeping child, without any draft and only a low soothing humming sound.
Clean air during the night is proven to better
respiratory diseases including asthma.
THE TINYWOLF TEAM
Co-Founder & Product design
MSc, Design Engineering TU Delft / Philips, everyday design / Climate-KIC / NewTech KPMG Denmark
MIKKEL WAD THORSEN
Founder & Management/ Development
MSc, Design and Innovation DTU /
Computer science / Visiting researcher UC Berkeley
Founder & Technical development
MSc student, Design and Innovation DTU /
Co-Founder & Strategy
25+ years’ experience for fx FLYING TIGER Copenhagen,
Microsoft, NOVO, Mars Group, DSB
Board member and or founder in Refeld Medico, Vulcur medtech, Datafair
Focus on health data
Director of DTU
Centre for Technology Entrepreneurship
board member/founder in Norlase, Faunaphotonics, Bifrost communications
Senior scientist at the Danish Research Building Institute - Focus on indoor climate
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