Enflux's goal is to offer the world's most scalable system for injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Our mission is to protect safety of athletes and laborers across the US, a >$38B market that we are attacking with an easier-to-use product that costs 1/10th as much as competing systems. Developed in conjunction with leading research centers at MIT, NYU, and Virginia tech and used by elite athletes at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, US Olympic team, and US Air Force, our patent pending motion capture technology prevents crippling injuries before they happen. Their research has shown to reduce knee injuries up to 50%. Since our launch in September 2017, we've already shipped >800 systems to early customers including Microsoft and Bouygues Construction (3rd largest construction group in France).
Our team is lead by Doug Hoang, a mechanical engineer and former head of Safety for Harley Davidson, and Mickey Ferri PhD, a former college athlete and coach at the University of Chicago. Enflux is backed by leading venture capitalists including Y Combinator, Streetedge Capital, and Charge Ventures.
**$38B total global spending on injury prevention equipment by Grand View Research
Locked rehabilitation deal flow of 70,000 units over the next 5 yearsOctober, 2017
Risk assessment shown to reduce knee injuries by 50%December, 2017
70% strong margins: cost effective hardware collecting data at scale no one else can.December, 2017
Validation against Video capture proved 98% accuracyNovember, 2017
Mass production de-risked: batch 2 of 2000 units on the wayNovember, 2017
Finish shipping first batch of 800 production unitsOctober, 2017
Commencing validation of efficacy testing proving accuracy and robustness of technology for injury preventionOctober, 2017
USPTO review: Accepted our claimsSeptember, 2017
Launch of Enflux : First 50 units of Enflux shipped to customersSeptember, 2017
Closed 1.8M in fundingMay, 2017
Over 400 garments went through durability testing successfully- drop testing, sensor shear testing, sensor age testing, etc.April, 2017