Raytelligence was founded in 2015 by Peter Martinson and Pelle Viberg. The vision was to, with cutting edge expertise in radar technology, contribute to a safer life for our elderly and chronically ill as well as to enable care provide with effective tools to develop care into the future.
Today, Raytelligence has expanded into the branches of industry and fitness with the same passion for research and innovation. The team behind our efforts is a mix of people with competencies ranging from industrial design to signal processing.
2015 Raytelligence receives a grant from the Swedish Innovation Bureau – Vinnova to develop a radar sensor for monitoring vital parameters.
2016 Raytelligence presents the first version of the 60 GHz sensor for monitoring vital parameters, along with a cloud service.
2017 Two prisons in the Netherlands start to use easenze ONE, formerly known as the sensor RayVS1.
2018 NGM Nordic SME lists Raytelligence.
2019 easenze ONE shows up at Vitalis in Gothenburg and Raytelligence signs a number of cooperation agreements.
2020 The release of easenze ONE 2.0 certifies as a medical device. Sales in Sweden and in several foreign markets start.
2021 easenze ONE reaches version 3.0 and further expands to other markets.
2022 Raytelligence launch the indutrial brand Radsenz. A new brand offering the market high precision measurement tools, withstanding extreme external environments.
2022 Raytelligence aquires the sport electronics company Innowearable AB. A company that develop state-of-the-art technologies for measuring neuromuscular readiness and recovery. One of pioneers is Inno-I, a sensor never seen before, that instantaneously measures lactate levels without blood samples.