A startup has mobilized fertility tracking using artificial intelligence (AI). Ava has developed a wearable that uses big data and analysis to track a woman's cycle. The company, which is present in both San Francisco and Zurich in Switzerland, has raised around $ 30 million in a Series B round.
The bulk of the financing comes from existing investors such as Polytech Ventures, BtoV and SVC Ltd., an investment vehicle of Credit Suisse, along with some selected new investors to further expand the investor base of the company Strengthen
Ava said its bike tracking sensor wristband can detect the 5.3-day worthful window in a woman's cycle in real time, has officially reached a milestone of 1
The company will use the new resources for further product research and development to enhance the existing product and create new applications that empower women to gain control over their reproductive health through data insights and science.
"Ava's long-term vision is to guide women through all stages of their reproductive life by providing data driven, clinically proven technology that makes a woman's life easier, healthier and better – be it when she does just want to understand their body while trying to prevent pregnancy, getting pregnant, getting pregnant or getting into menopause. "Ava Co – Founder, Pascal Koenig said in a release.
Ava was also founded by Lea von Bidder, who serves as its president.
The company said that is working on applications for the use of the bracelet to detect pregnancy and to identify infections during pregnancy and to prevent pregnancy (contraception).