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Israeli Startup Sensi.AI Revolutionize Senior Care with AI: Secures $31 Million Funding

Sensi.AI’s advanced audio system intelligently listens for and predicts situations where seniors might need assistance,

Sensi founders Nevo Elmalem Romi Gubes, Alon Brener. Source: company website

Sensi founders Nevo Elmalem Romi Gubes, Alon Brener. Source: company website

Sensi.AI, a leading Israeli startup in the field of AI-powered senior care, has announced the successful closing of a $31 million Series B funding round. This fresh injection of capital brings their total funding to over $53 million.

Founded in 2020, Sensi.AI is on a mission to transform senior care with their innovative in-home virtual care agent powered by artificial intelligence. This groundbreaking solution caters to the rapidly growing global market for senior care, estimated to be worth over $390 billion.

Sensi.AI empowers long-term care providers by offering unparalleled insights and support. Their 24/7 virtual care agent leverages cutting-edge audio AI technology, making it the world’s first of its kind. This empowers caregivers to address the significant challenges faced in the care industry and provide effective solutions.

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Sensi.AI’s advanced audio system goes beyond basic monitoring. It intelligently listens for and predicts situations where seniors might need assistance, all while ensuring their privacy remains protected. This provides home care agencies with a much clearer picture of a senior’s health, allowing for proactive interventions and personalized care plans. The result? Fewer hospital visits, strengthened relationships between caregivers and clients, and most importantly, seniors who can age in place with greater independence and comfort in their own homes.

The true power lies in Sensi.AI’s sophisticated AI, capable of detecting over 100 crucial health indicators. This includes early warnings of conditions like pneumonia and urinary tract infections, along with signs of resistance to care, cognitive changes, and emergencies such as falls.

“We are incredibly grateful for the trust and support from these renowned investors,” said Romi Gubes, Co-Founder and CEO of Sensi.AI. “Their investment validates our vision and fuels our mission of ensuring every senior can age gracefully in the comfort of their own homes. When our customers express that Sensi.AI is more than just technology, it truly reinforces that we are on the right track.”

Gubes further emphasized that the funding will be instrumental in accelerating product innovation and scaling their go-to-market strategy, ultimately bringing their vision of revolutionized senior care to life.



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