DynoSense secures $9.4M Series A pursue support U.S. regulatory clearance


DynoSense has closed a $9.4 million Series A funding round from WI Harper Group; JKOM Cloud Health Technology Co; Plug and Play Tech Center; Jinmao Capital; and Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and Rosati. The company will use the proceeds to support U.S. regulatory clearance and commercialization of Dyno, which they say is the “world’s first fully integrated multi-function health scanner” that can capture more than 33 health metrics in less than 60 seconds. Once captured, the health information can be wirelessly uploaded to DynoSense’s cloud-based platform for further analytics and processing, and is then communicated with healthcare professionals.

“With the Dyno, we are marking a new paradigm in how patients can be remotely monitored for physiological changes,” said Saeed Azimi, chief executive officer of DynoSense. “We believe this will open up a whole new era of disease prevention that will enhance delivery of care, resulting in leapfrog improvements in efficiency, health outcomes and cost reduction.”

The Dyno device features an “intelligent user interface” that ensures both ease of use and accuracy. It is currently optimized to capture all five fundamental vital signs as well as other key health metrics, including electrocardiogram (ECG), photoplethysmography (for extracting blood oxygen – SPO2), pulmonary plethysmography (for extracting respiration rate, breathing volume and breathing efficiency), blood pressure changes, and core body temperature.

DynoSense will use the funds towards a submission to the FDA 510(k) clearance of its Dyno technology.