We are funded in a large part due to the Fellowship awarded to Dr Paul Gardner-Stephen by the Shuttleworth Foundation. Their incredible philanthropic efforts on behalf of startups that can change the world for the better is something to be deeply admired and supported.
Flinders University is not only the Alma Mater of many of the team, but is also the place that has consistently supported our endeavours with a great laboratory, a Fellowship for Dr Gardner-Stephen, and best of all – consistently excellent students. It is a brilliant place to be a part of, and we are excited to be forging even closer ties with them as we progress.
NLNet has funded us through development of our prototype, allowing us to put resources into progressing much faster than we could otherwise have hoped. Their incredible support and faith in us has been absolutely critical.
The Awesome Foundation were our first supporters – there is a good chance we could never have got as far as we have without their Awesome help! Watch this video through to understand just how Awesome…
New America Foundation provided the funds for Dr Gardner-Stephen to attend an important conference overseas. This grant allowed us to reach out and demonstate our software to a wider audience, and also find out what is required by experts in medical and other assistance oriented communities.
Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary provided us with an incredibly warm welcome, and assisted us in carrying out tests in some of the most untouched, pristine and remote wilderness that anyone could possibly wish for. This amazing place is a national treasure, and we were incredibly lucky to have such support and encouragement from all the staff there.