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About Nuvo Group

Nuvo Group develops medical devices. It provides expectant mothers with pregnancy care, prescription-initiated remote pregnancy monitoring and management system, conducts virtual well-being checks and remote non-stress-tests, and more. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Yigal Alon 94. Street Alon Tower 1

Tel Aviv, 6789155,




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Nuvo Group's Products & Differentiators

    Remote non-stress tests

    Under provider prescription, remote NSTs with INVU allow for the completion of non-stress-tests, a common and frequent test administered in the last trimester of high risk pregnancies to monitor fetal heart rate and uterine activity, ensuring that a pregnancy is progressing healthily or to quickly identify when intervention is needed. INVU can be used to monitor NSTs wherever mom is scheduled for an assessment under the supervision of her provider. Mom can sit for the NST from the comfort of her own home and see a high-level view of the data while her provider gets an immediate reading of the detailed data from a session, identical to the strip of data they are used to seeing from in-clinic NSTs.


Research containing Nuvo Group

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Nuvo Group in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Nov 11, 2022.

Expert Collections containing Nuvo Group

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Nuvo Group is included in 7 Expert Collections, including Baby and Kids Tech.


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Nuvo Group Patents

Nuvo Group has filed 37 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • midwifery
  • obstetrics
  • cardiac arrhythmia
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Latest Nuvo Group News

MVRDV and Orange Architects introduce master plan for new mixed-use district in Kyiv

Nov 27, 2023

Rendering: Wizard 3D Studio, image courtesy MVRDV and Orange Architects MVRDV and Orange Architects have announced a new master plan for a mixed-used district in Kyiv, Ukraine, that's meant to spark a revitalization of the capital’s downtown commercial area. The design for the NUVO complex calls for a five-building mix of new structures united by a central shared infrastructure and connecting to a planned high-speed rail extension. The plan will increase pedestrianism in the area while tying its development to core principles of sustainable building and green design, the architects say. The project features a palette of local materials to “showcase” the architectural products of manufacturer (and the property's developer) Kovalska and expands on a pre-Russian-invasion master plan from APA Wojcehowski Architects. Rendering: Wizard 3D Studio, image courtesy MVRDV and Orange Architects MVRDV’s portion calls for a pair of new buildings to be designed around potential future adaptations. The larger, L-shaped 18-story tower uses flexible floor plans to offer its office tenants maximum configurability, while its smaller, 11-story counterpart can be used for residential, hotel, or commercial purposes. A series of cascading terraces define both structures, which will boast a total of 452,084 square feet of Grade-A office space overall. Rendering: Wizard 3D Studio, image courtesy MVRDV and Orange Architects “We are humbled and proud to be able to contribute to a project that will play a significant role in Kyiv’s daily life,” MVRDV founding partner Jacob van Rijs says in a project description. “In creating flexible and demountable spaces, we have designed spaces that can more easily respond to society’s changing needs and help ameliorate uncertainty brought on by the ongoing conflict. Workers of all types will have access to high-quality offices, while communal areas including green rooftops enable new connections to be forged while providing new perspectives of this vital city.” Rendering: Wizard 3D Studio, image courtesy MVRDV and Orange Architects Orange’s contribution entails a stepped-volume building once again beset with outdoor terraces that enhance the biodiversity of the site. The program is divided into two portions, with the uppermost segment offering a hotel and residential component. A network of outdoor verandas adds another layer to the building envelope. The building will be realized at 387,500 square feet using pre-fabricated elements that work to streamline the construction process into two grids. Rendering: Wizard 3D Studio, image courtesy MVRDV and Orange Architects “We believe in Ukraine, its recovery, and the future of our country in the European Union. We aimed to bring modern European architecture to Ukraine so we could enjoy this aesthetic. [...] NUVO will be the place for those who will join us in recovery who can see the opportunities of the Ukrainian economy as we do,” Kovalska Executive Director Olga Pylypenko said finally. Rendering: Wizard 3D Studio, image courtesy MVRDV and Orange Architects No construction timelines are available at press time. This is the first project for either firm in the country. MVRDV has previously halted work in Russia over the full-scale February 2022 invasion. The firm’s statement in solidarity with Ukraine can be found here . Similar articles on Archinect that may interest you...

Nuvo Group Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Nuvo Group founded?

    Nuvo Group was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Nuvo Group's headquarters?

    Nuvo Group's headquarters is located at Yigal Alon 94. Street, Tel Aviv.

  • What is Nuvo Group's latest funding round?

    Nuvo Group's latest funding round is Acq - Pending.

  • How much did Nuvo Group raise?

    Nuvo Group raised a total of $68M.

  • Who are the investors of Nuvo Group?

    Investors of Nuvo Group include LAMF Global Ventures Corp. I, MedTech Innovator and Shareholder Value Management.

  • Who are Nuvo Group's competitors?

    Competitors of Nuvo Group include Bloomlife and 7 more.

  • What products does Nuvo Group offer?

    Nuvo Group's products include Remote non-stress tests and 1 more.

  • Who are Nuvo Group's customers?

    Customers of Nuvo Group include Axia, CANLab, UAMS and UHP.


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