NAUTA TECHNOMEDICAL RESEARCH
Madrid, 28223, Spain
Medical Devices & Equipment
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Nauta Technomedical Research and Polytechnic Univ of Madrid have developed-patented a credit card size device to assess all radiations the user gets 24/7 using an ultimate technology. No competitors so far. Estimated US today’s demand: 300.000 units
Project: Personal Dosimeter System (credit card size) to control EMF.
Entirely designed, remaining: software, marketing and merchandising.
Fibromyalgia affected and/or other diseases with difficult diagnose (now frequently increasing) such as fatigue, dizziness, muscle aches, tumors, etc., totaling about 100,000 affected only in Spain. These figures are conservative based upon guidance acquired from associations, etc.
Estimated time of the project’s achievement for market availability:
About 6 months. (Manufacture of the final device, calibration, Government approvals and software development for data capture, data processing, etc.)
Price of the device:
Working system of the device:
Self-sufficient data capture (EPROM) for future transmissions over the Internet (USB). (At a very low cost, i.e.: $0.50 per connection, daily recommended but not restrictive).
How to use the device:
Simply turn it on and keep it in your pocket or purse, 24 hours a day both at home and outside.
At the end of the day, connect the device to the Internet and upload data to our database for storage.
Medical orientation (individually or based in a given area of population, etc.)
To be used as a strong argument in case of disagreement, lawsuit, etc.
There is no known competition so far.
Capital required until final marketing:
Calculation of R.O.I .:
One year at most.
Based on conservative figures, let’s say 5,000 users:
Income per unit: 5,000 x $100 = $500,000
Internet revenues: $0.50 x 300 days (average) x 5,000 = $750,000
Cost of sales
Development of the device: $100,000
Development of the Software Control: $50,000
Annual maintenance of the project: $100,000 (manufacturing of the device, website, qualified personnel, server, domain, control and data storage, etc.)
Who works on the project in Spain?
Polytechnic University of Madrid
Nauta Technomedical Research, S.L.