Six-figure funding boost for medtech Mime Technologies’ ‘eyes in skies’

An Inverness life sciences start-up has secured six-figure investment to create jobs and drive development of its “eyes in the skies” in-flight medical monitoring technology.

Mime Technologies, which spun out of the University of Aberdeen, has designed a product to “revolutionise” the support given to aircraft cabin crew responding to medical emergencies that unfold in the air.

The medtech has raised a combined £255,000 from a Scottish Enterprise grant and first-round investment led by Edinburgh angel firm Equity Gap and the Scottish Investment Bank (SIB) to scale its technology, designed specifically for environments where there is no immediate access to professional medical care.

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