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The quality of life can be expanded across multiple areas of human life, ranging from healthcare and ecology to international development and culture. And technology already plays a major role in all of these sectors. However, it has not always been like that. Technology has been commonly linked to coldhearted robots, convoluted devices and dangerous machineries. Nonetheless, recent breakthroughs such as smartphones and wearable devices have earned their places in our everyday lives so much that they have become indispensable. Healthcare is one of the fields that have adopted technology at a slower pace. The amount of novelty and data was overwhelming. Still, placing technology at our disposal has seemed to serve us well. Today, with the use of wearables & userfriendly devices we measure our blood pressure, monitor our sleeping and sports activities, evaluate sun exposure and air quality, which allow us to makeRead More
In 2014, the world’s market of RFID (Radio Freaquency Identification) security was worth 8,89 billion $. This year, the number may increase to 27,31 billion $. The potential was recognized by Black Pearls VC managing Black Pearls LQT Fund and ARP Venture, which invested in Plurimum Seal & Security together.
In the last few decades, the demographic structure has undergone a radical change. The elderly constitutes majority in the society due to the fact that less and less children are born. Moreover, the fast development of medicine and technology makes the average life span longer. Not only are people older, but the pace of life and lack of time are also burning issues. Our ageing population living in the world deprived of time needs technologies and devices that would make their lives simpler and more comfortable.
On Tuesday, 9 June, Sopot’s horse-riding track became the heart of eco-friendly technological solutions used in modular construction. Our portfolio company – Rebel Module – organized a conference titled “Modular construction – from an idea to implementation” (“Budownictwo modułowe – od idei do realizacji”), an event whose main aim was to present an alternative way of building houses and convince people of its safety and efficiency. Among speakers, there were crucial partners of Rebel Module – companies like Cembrit, Fermacell, Steico and Structview, which provide certified elements used by the host of the conference. Participants could also listen to the conference’s patron the President of Sopot – Jacek Karnowski. In an opening speech, he admitted that he is fond of the development of energy-efficient construction and willing to support initiatives whose aim is to make people aware of its value and long-range importance.
In the time of incredible popularity of smartphones we would like to mention also about the mobile apps which can help patients – to monitor their condition – and doctors, in order to better diagnosis and more accurate results of the medical examination.
Have you ever thought that elderly may commonly struggle with depression? Most of the debates, articles and talks about this disease doesn’t include this target. But it is good to know that this is a very widespread and a serious phenomenon, often leading to death.
As we have mentioned before, Black Pearls supports the activities in the direction of LQT solutions development. With no doubts, this area will soon play an important role at the market, by improving life’s quality of elderly and people struggling with various diseases. We hope that our past and future initiatives will bring valuable benefits.
Life Quality Technologies (LQT) are exceptionally significant solutions that can be applied in the worldwide phenomenon of ageing societies and the problem of how to maintain a certain standard of living while simultaneously reducing the engagement of third parties in providing support and care.