Findaa means 'Find and monitor your assets and situations Anywhere Anytime'. Our platform can locate and monitor high value & sensitive items to quantify risks, reduce wastage, and increase efficiency.
We are focused on providing intelligent tracking and monitoring solutions based on our advanced IoT and AI technologies, enabling asset owners, service providers, and carers to track and monitor critical assets, people, and places in real time.
For healthcare this is a major problem where in the UK the NHS wastes over £7.6 billion every year in over ordering or replacing lost and broken items.
In the US the problem is even bigger with a whopping $750 billion wasted every year. In addition front line patient staff can spend up to 72 minutes per shift searching for medical equipment, directly impacting patient care.
Findaa has unique knowledge and operates at the leading edge of IoT (Internet of Things) and AI (artificial intelligence). We have extensive platform, software, and tagging capability which was recognized in November 2020 when Findaa was invited to join MK:5G the UK's leading IoT and 5G testbed, one of only ten companies to join this exclusive UK program.
Findaa also works with Innovate UK and Catapult Connected Places. In March 2021 Findaa received investment from SFC Capital to build on their success.
Leo is an experienced IoT system engineer and innovator having worked in academic, oil gas, smart city, and Internet of Things (IoT) research and development. He has driven many advanced projects involving technologies such as LPWAN (LoRaWan), Bluetooth, GPS, cellular networks, Zigbee, and IoT security. He has worked in IoT start-ups, innovation centres, and companies such as CENSIS and Aker Solutions. Leo has 3 years PhD experience specialising in Wireless Sensor Networks and a BSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from University of Strathclyde.
Simon Rowell Co-Founder
Simon is an experienced business builder in the technology, telco, and data sectors. He was Managing Director of data start-up ASSET4 where he helped raise finance from investors such as Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch private equity, and built the business up before it was eventually acquired by Thomson Reuters. Simon was also Director of Group Strategy & Business Development at Colt Technology Services Plc working for the group Board. He has also advised numerous technology and data businesses. Simon has an MBA from Imperial College, University of London.
Business Development Director - Healthcare
Over the past 16 years, Peter has worked with hundreds of NHS organisations, from NHS Wales, NHS Scotland and NHS England and NHSX to acute trusts, community and mental health trusts and primary care organisations, to think tanks and professional associations, to support and inform quality improvement and efficiency. Peter’s passion is understanding the people behind every healthcare organisation as well as the suppliers into the NHS, what they’re trying to achieve and helping them to achieve it.