Three founders put more than €2m into new home healthcare start-up
Netwatch founders join serial entrepreneur Johnny Walker in Halocare, a suite of software products to monitor the movement and health of elderly people
David Walsh and Niall Kelly, the founders of Netwatch, and serial entrepreneur Johnny Walker have put more than €2 million into their new Carlow-based start-up.
Halocare Group, set up earlier this year, has developed a suite of software products that can be used to monitor the movement and health of elderly people living at home.
The system, called Aura, has been designed to complement the duties of a carer, rather than replace them, and can...
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