About the Company

Aseptika Limited (founded 2007) is a healthcare company developing and marketing an integrated suite of self-monitoring devices and services under the Activ8rlives brand. We are developing integrated systems which can be used by consumers and their healthcare service providers to better self-manage long-term health conditions through self-monitoring.

The Company’s goal is to provide everyone with tools (and the understanding of how to apply them) so that most of us can keep healthy and well for most of the time. Self-management through self-monitoring is the motivation driving what we do.

Activ8rlives is unusual in that we are device agnostic, incorporating sensors and monitors ranging from consumer accessories to in vitro diagnostics (IVDs) with a focus on respiratory disease. All data is held together and can be cross analysed in the Cloud to provide forecasts and learning for the user and clinician.

Technology Offered for the Competition

  • For the competition, Aseptika (Activ8rlives) will make available 5 sets of online accounts for 5 separate teams to demonstrate their solutions.
  • Each set of online account comes with a weighing scale, a blood pressure monitor and an activity tracker.
  • For more details on the devices, please go to Activ8rlives. You may also click on the individual pictures below for more information on each item. 


Activ8rlives Platform

Activ8rlives Mobile App

Activ8rlives Activity Tracker

Activ8rlives Activity Tracker

Activ8rlives Blood Pressure Monitor

Activ8rlives Blood Pressure Monitor

Activ8rlives Weighing Scale

Activ8rlives Body Analyser

The Activ8rlives system can be used by consumers and their healthcare service providers to better self-manage long-term conditions through self-monitoring at home. Increased long-term engagement with our Cloud-connecting health monitoring devices helps the user see patterns in their data, which will in turn increases adherence resulting in greater efficacy of treatment processes and the adoption of healthier behaviours. By self-monitoring with simple devices through Activ8rlives, users can be alerted earlier, seek treatment sooner and can prevent small problems escalating to the point where emergency admission to hospital may be the only option.

For competing teams to loan the equipment, more information will be provided closer to Phase 2.