Over 6.8 million people suffer from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).


We see how we can help these people throughout their entire patient journey.


First, let’s look at Eva who suffers from IBD.


And then think of a possible solution.

A young lady who is worried


Eva (27) thinks about her long-planned vacation in France next month.


Instead of being excited she is worried.

But maybe this time it can be different


Two months ago Eva started wearing a silicone patch on her skin recommended by her gastroenterologist Dr. Miller.


The sensor measures certain bowel conditions and helps Dr. Miller to adjust medication ahead of time.


Eva checks her flare-up risk prediction every day.

Over the last two days her flare-up risk went up from 30% to 40%.


Eva asks Dr. Miller what she should do about her trip.

Based on the sensor data Dr. Miller makes his treatment decision.


He prescribes Eva an anti-inflammatory drug for one week.

Vacation saved!


Introduction to solution


Our gut is connected to the brain and has a multitude of sensors.


However, our brain cannot extract in-depth meaning from this raw sensory data. It triggers immediate actions but remains primarily at the acquisition level.


There is no structured system for pattern recognition and preventive measure.


However, science, technology and data could help.


It’s simple: a goodgut sensor

• detects bowel events, temperature, movements

• further biophysical (pulse, SpO2, etc.) and biochemical markers planned

• embedded AI enables real-time offline use

• AI-based deep dive analysis

• companion app on smartphone for sensor and cloud storage communication


24/7 monitoring, prediction and alert.

If you want to learn more, get in touch with us!