Cameron van den Dungen, CEO of Sleeptite, speaks about the journey of developing the non-invasive monitoring technology that is revolutionising aged care.

“One of the best parts about the Cooperative Research Centres Projects is how it brings research entities together.” Sleeptite CEO, Cameron van den Dungen, speaks about how the CRC-P program played a crucial role in the development of the world-first technology of extracting data off the surface of a mattress.

The technological breakthrough at RMIT combined with the manufacturing expertise of Sleepeezee Australia and the development team at Sleeptite led to the development of these mattresses that are going to revolutionise the aged care sector by allowing night-time monitoring of all residents at all times. In his interview with ticker News-together with AusIndustry, he speaks about how the CRC Program and CRC-P funding they received in 2018 was instrumental in getting the project over the line and get it going.

Hear about how the team built the process from ground-up here.

To also read more about Sleeptite click here.