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Series A | Alive

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$47M | 2 yrs ago

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About LifeQ

LifeQ is a multinational science-driven technology and analytics company that combines skills from various disciplines (biomedical engineering, theoretical and experimental physics, systems biology, life and behavioral sciences, hardware engineering, systems engineering, computer science, digital signal processing, machine learning and other big data analytics disciplines, mathematics and mathematical statistics, systems theory, etc.) to understand how physiology, anatomy, behavior, and the environment interact, as well as how human health and wellness can be improved with this understanding. LifeQ provides biometrics and health information derived from wearable devices.

Headquarters Location

5755 North Point Pkwy Suite 96

Alpharetta, Georgia, 30022,

United States


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LifeQ's Products & Differentiators

    Wearable Device Enablement

    A set of tools and skills to enable world leading biometrics and health information to be calculated and collated on the device. This is combined with a set of tools to enable low friction connection of LifeQ Enabled devices to the LifeQ Cloud, ensuring that the relevant data is collected and sent back to the wearable device and/ or Device company cloud in a timely fashion. Software and consulting to supercharge the health capabilities of wearable devices. Delivering an unmatched range of health information on the wearable device and connecting to unique health solutions in the cloud.

Expert Collections containing LifeQ

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LifeQ Patents

LifeQ has filed 18 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Smartwatches
  • Activity trackers
  • Actuarial science
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Latest LifeQ News

New 24-Hour Clinical Sleep Solution Provides Longitudinal Sleep Health Data

May 22, 2023

LifeQ, a provider of biometrics and health information derived from wearables, unveiled a new 24-hour sleep solution for clinicians and patients designed to help uncover sleep disorders and improve sleep quality, health, and wellness. The sleep solution harnesses the power of wearables, identifying and classifying all sleep within a 24-hour period, providing insights beyond the average doctor’s office visit, according to LifeQ co-founder and CEO Laurence Olivier in a release. The solution offers more than 40 sleep metrics. “Providing more resources to sleep clinicians will facilitate greater patient reach and outcomes by addressing some of the challenges posed by the traditionally cumbersome and costly process of diagnosing and treating sleep disorders,” says Olivier in the release. “Twenty-four-hour sleep monitoring, which also analyzes the composition of naps and rests during the day, will expand the screening and treatment of sleep disorders and be part of the movement toward better sleep wellness.” LifeQ will present its wearable-derived sleep solutions to the sleep clinician community at the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Sleep Research Society’s SLEEP 2023 Annual Meeting from June 3 to 7. The first component of LifeQ’s clinical solution is the individual’s longitudinal sleep history. The solution starts working before the person is in the clinical domain. By also considering naps and rests outside the patient’s main sleep episode, LifeQ determines the patient’s unique sleep circadian window, which can help to more accurately uncover when the body needs to sleep and when the best time is to get optimal sleep. If there are underlying sleep disorders present, LifeQ’s technology may detect patterns or changes in sleep data and suggests that the user communicate this information to the physician. The LifeQ Sleep Specialist Dashboard can enable remote care monitoring. The Clinical Sleep view may be accessed in the LifeQ Care App, an interface to facilitate virtual treatment, visibility, and communication between patient and specialist. LifeQ’s sleep solution tracks sleep activity in-depth to uncover areas of concern. During a sleep session, the body repeatedly cycles through light, deep, and REM sleep, as well as short periods of wakefulness, which the patient might not be aware of. Depending on the duration of the sleep session, they will move through up to five sleep cycles, each lasting about 90 minutes on average. “These sleep stages are important because the duration and distribution of each sleep stage may reveal important information about a person’s mental and physical well-being,” says Irshaad Ebrahim, chief sleep officer at LifeQ and founder of the London Sleep Centre, in a release. “For example, individuals with depression characteristically demonstrate fragmented deep sleep and increased REM sleep. Deep and REM sleep are particularly important in consolidating memories and play a role in cognitive performance. Research suggests that deep sleep is also involved in repairing damaged tissues and restoring energy sources.” LifeQ-connected wearable devices continuously track various measurements such as heart rate, activity, and sleep. Sleep metrics are visualized in LifeQ Health, the company’s end-user health app, along with biometrics and insights covering other physiological systems. Patients may now understand their Sleep BioAge, an indication of how old their body appears to be based on sleep-related physiological features rather than chronological years, and their Sleep BioBoost, a quality score tracking 40 variables that indicate whether yesterday’s behavior had a positive or negative impact on their BioAge. LifeQ’s 24-hour Sleep Health solution has already been tested and used by sleep physicians, specialists, and patients worldwide, including at The London Sleep Centre and other facilities, according to a release from the company. Photo caption: LifeQ’s new 24-hour sleep solution harnesses the power of wearables to provide longitudinal sleep health data. Photo credit: LifeQ

LifeQ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was LifeQ founded?

    LifeQ was founded in 2014.

  • Where is LifeQ's headquarters?

    LifeQ's headquarters is located at 5755 North Point Pkwy, Alpharetta.

  • What is LifeQ's latest funding round?

    LifeQ's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did LifeQ raise?

    LifeQ raised a total of $47M.

  • Who are the investors of LifeQ?

    Investors of LifeQ include Errol Damelin, Allectus Capital, Mogul Capital, Halls Investments, Analog Devices and 18 more.

  • Who are LifeQ's competitors?

    Competitors of LifeQ include Validic and 8 more.

  • What products does LifeQ offer?

    LifeQ's products include Wearable Device Enablement and 4 more.

  • Who are LifeQ's customers?

    Customers of LifeQ include Xiaomi, Hannover Re and Fossil Inc..

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