Sentimoto is developing a well-being smartphone application aimed at 50+ year olds. Our service not only helps identify social isolation, inactivity, and track mental well-being, but closes the loop by suggesting activities tailored to the person’s well-being profile. We are uniquely placed on the market and, having proven the technology, are now working with Local Authorities and other partners to grow our user-base and the ecosystem of well-being activity providers.
Sentimoto’s founding team met during their DPhil studies in Healthcare Innovations at the University of Oxford. The team has a varied skillset, covering crucial areas of management and business administration, software development, design, biomedical signal acquisition and analysis and web technologies, with previous exposure to carers and established systems of care, and a good understanding of the medical and social problems that can arise as a result of ageing.
Alessandro Guazzi (CEO) has a background in machine learning and biomedical engineering. He holds a Masters degree in Physics from Imperial College London and has worked for several startups prior to Sentimoto.
Maxim Osipov (CTO) holds an engineering degree in Computer Science and EMBA in Strategic Marketing. He has lead development teams at Motorola, Siemens and GE.
Lisa Stroux (COO, UX) is a design is a design engineer with experience in the area of medical device development. She has worked at the Helen Hamlyn Centre in London and the World Health Organization, developing human-centred, affordable healthcare solutions.
Prizes and awards
Senior Homes – Best Daily Living App 2017
InnovateUK – Quantified Health Contest Winners 2016
The Observer – New Radicals 2016
Google Campus – The Best of Britain 2016
Wolfson Innovate Winners 2014
Wearable Technology Expo – Best UK Startup 2014
The original founding team at Bethnal Green Ventures accelerator
Left to right – Alessandro Guazzi, Maxim Osipov, Tasos Papastylianou (left the team), Lisa Stroux