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Emteq builds emotion sensing hardware and software for wearable technology platforms. The Company's products include Faceteq, a facial sensing platform that provides unparalleled insights for measuring emotions through facial gestures and biometric responses; and OCOsense, a wearable platform for measuring facial muscle activity and emotional responses through glasses and VR & AR headsets.

TypePrivate
Founded2015
HQBrighton, GB
Websiteemteq.net

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2020)27

Key People/Management at Emteq

Charles Nduka

Charles Nduka

Co-Founder
Mahyar Hamedi

Mahyar Hamedi

Data Scientist
Simon Clarke

Simon Clarke

Operations Manager
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Emteq Office Locations

Emteq has an office in Brighton
Brighton, GB (HQ)
Sussex Innovation Centre
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Emteq Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2015

Emteq total Funding

$630.8 k

Emteq latest funding size

$130.80 k

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Emteq investors

Emteq's latest funding round in July 2018 was reported to be $130.8 k. In total, Emteq has raised $630.8 k
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Emteq Revenue

Cash (30-Jul-2018)

37.1k
GBPFY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Cash

678.0110.7k37.1k

Accounts Receivable

60.0k

Current Assets

62.3k225.5k112.1k
Y, 2018

Financial Leverage

2.7 x
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Emteq Online and Social Media Presence

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Emteq Blogs

Seeking views on VR tech by museums and arts institutions

Working together, eLearning Studios, Facesoft and Emteq are creating a platform designed to allow the museum and arts sector to rapidly and easily create immersive content. To deliver a platform which fulfils the needs of these institutions, we are carrying out a programme of user needs and UX r…

Activity monitoring from accelerometers: more than steps

“One small step for a man...one giant leap for mankind”Whilst that particular step by Neil Armstrong was one of the most important in history, counting steps in modern times has become routine thanks to low-cost accelerometers inside our smartphones and fitness devices. As this week marks the 50th a…

Getting more from your IMU sensor

Currently, the majority of wearables use IMU sensors to detect steps. Could they be used to recognise a whole lot more? Join the Emteq 2019 Activity Recognition Challenge to win £2000.

Is clinical VR the new CBT?

Virtual reality is offering a new way to treat mental health disorders that impact 25% of the UK. The success of Clinical VR may be due to its ability to simulate the fundamental properties of the human brain, surrounding you with a safe, controlled version of your world. Continuing advances in V…

Vanishing technologies

Communication via images has been instrumental to the evolution of mankind, from paintings on cave walls to FaceTime. The screen size used to share this information is shrinking and moving closer to the body, this creates opportunity for the technology to interact more deeply with us.

monitoring emotional response in VR

A recent study published by Digital Catapult highlights the need for a better way to monitor emotional response in VR market research. There is no doubt that VR can revolutionise market research for products and experiences with a high emotional connection such as vehicles, apparel or retail. Un…
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Emteq Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Emteq founded?

    Emteq was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Emteq key executives?

    Emteq's key executives are Charles Nduka, Mahyar Hamedi and Simon Clarke.

  • How many employees does Emteq have?

    Emteq has 27 employees.

  • Who are Emteq competitors?

    Competitors of Emteq include Wacom, Holo-Light and NeoSensory.

  • Where is Emteq headquarters?

    Emteq headquarters is located at Sussex Innovation Centre, Brighton.

  • Where are Emteq offices?

    Emteq has an office in Brighton.

  • How many offices does Emteq have?

    Emteq has 1 office.