March 11, 2015
After closing its second round of funding a few months ago, a $6 million round, San Diego-based Independa has raised a total of about $11 million over the years for its television-based, health engagement offering for seniors. The company has inked strategic partnerships with TV-maker LG and mobile device giant Samsung in recent years, and is currently signing up channel partners to drive sales...
May 21, 2014
San Diego-based Independa, which has developed a telehealth platform for seniors, has raised about $2.8 million in its second round of funding, according an SEC filing. The company announced part of the round last October when it had raised $1.85 million of the round, which it said was led by longtime backer City Hill Ventures.
Previous investors in the company include LG Electronics USA, which...
January 4, 2013
Independa, a developer of telehealth products for senior care and aging in place, has closed its Series A funding at $5 million after landing $1.65 million in new investments from, among others, existing partner LG Electronics USA and earlier financier City Hill Ventures. Last October Independa announced $1 million in funding and in April 2012 it disclosed a $2.35 million raise, which along with...
April 25, 2012
This week aging in place technology vendor Independa announced that it had topped up its most recent round of funding to $2.35 million. Independa announced $1.6 million in funding last September and since then it has added about $750,000 in additional funds from new and existing investors, including Miramar Venture Partners and City Hill Ventures.
Independa said it is already in discussions with...
January 11, 2012
At CES this week Independa announced plans to bring its health and social engagement platform, Angela, to senior communities through a pilot with LG Electronics' US-based R&D subsidiary, Zenith.
The company also demonstrated a version of Angela that runs on iPhones and iPads -- up until now the software has been available from Independa on 10-inch and 22-inch tablets running Microsoft Windows...
July 20, 2011
Screenshot from Independa's Angela tablet
Welcome to the world of private-label and single-purpose tablet computers for healthcare. Less feature-packed and powerful than the segment-leading iPad, these lower-cost computers are being positioned by at least two companies as control panels for remote and home monitoring systems.
Back at the beginning of the year, at the International CES show,...
July 6, 2011
Independa announced this week the launch of Angela, an integrated tablet and software offering for the independent elderly. The company plans to offer a 10-inch and a 22-inch tablet running the software. Chances are the tablets are running Android.
Independa launched its first services in January at CES: Independa “Smart Reminders," which is a Web-based platform that includes smart calendaring,...