The meeting between Gpi and Umana Medical Technologies, a Maltese start-up founded in 2017, has transformed over time into a profitable synergy until, after a year of collaboration, it reached the choice of transforming the partnership into a “venture”.
Gpi has now acquired control of Umana with the aim of combining the skills, vision and strengths to innovate the social-welfare models.
Umana Medical Technologies develops innovative solutions for socio-health monitoring, such as nanomaterial tattoo sensors, i.e. sensors / tattoos based on nanotechnologies, a patch easily applicable to the human body that detects the person’s vital parameters and transmits them to the Umana T1 cardiac monitor.
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