|Occupational safety and health
|Søren Frederik Spring Würtz
|Finn Bech Andersen (CEO), Jønne Marcher (CTO)
|PRECURE Insight, PRECURE Proof
PRECURE ApS is a Danish company founded in 2016. The company offers its products and services to improve occupational safety and healthThus company is a B2B product and service provider.
PRECURE story begins in 2012, when Søren Würtz starts thinking of developing a smart wearable which can help people suffering from muscular pain in their arms. Søren Würtz is a physiotherapist and occupational health and safety consultant at Radiometer (company). Søren's patient Marie, suffering from tennis elbow inspired him to think of a better solution to her problem instead of continuous visit to a physiotherapist clinic. Thus, Søren conceives the idea of the world’s first digital therapist. Søren gathered a team of experts within the field of electrical engineering, robotics, data science and automation and created the first version of a Wearable technology to solve muscular pain problems.
Products and services
PRECURE provides its products and services in business sector to improve occupational health and safety. PRECURE's MLI® products are smart wearable, a combination of clothing, technology and software that can be worn in order to measure muscular activity. MLI® is an abbreviation for the Muscle Load Index. It is an index that tells you how strained or sprained your muscles are. The scale ranges from 1-10. The higher the number, the higher the load and risk of developing an injury. In addition to their products, they also offer various services to businesses based on the data collected by their smart wearable. PRECURE Insight is a service. It provides an assessment of a company's employee's risk of attrition. This assessment is made using PRECURE's products, which collect data for the assessment. If there is a risk of employee attrition, guidance is given on how to avoid this. The company can thereby increase employee productivity and reduce costs.
PRECURE uses electromyography in their products to measure the tiny electrical signals in the muscles that the brain sends when moving. This data is then sent to the app, via Bluetooth, for further processing. Using artificial intelligence, you get out of the data, warnings about when you load your muscles, and guidance on reducing this strain. Artificial intelligence uses machine learning to learn from experience and thereby make intelligent decisions based on that experience.