Rithmio EDGE Tracks Weight Lifting Progress

Rithmio, a Serra Capital II portfolio company, has launched its latest app Rithmio EDGE, which is designed to help weight lifters track their progress in ways like never before. The app pairs with an Android Wear smartwatch to automatically track weightlifting routines, promising to help “athletes better understand their progress.”

Source: https://www.yahoo.com/tech/pumping-iron-track-progress-rithmio-140509666.html

Two Serra CEO's Named to Crain’s Chicago Business’ Tech 50 List

Anton Xavier, CEO of Label Insight, and Adam Tilton, CEO of Rithmio, were named to Crain's Chicago Business' Tech 50 List on June 20. Dagan Xavier, co-founder of Label Insight, also made the list. Every year, Crain's composes a list of the latest up and comers in the city's sweeping technology ecosystem. 

Label Insight Label Insight, the startup that provides SaaS (software as a service) data solutions for consumers and companies to access more detailed food label data.

Rithmio 's gesture-recognition platform helps HW manufacturers and developers create accurate gesture-based products quickly. 

Source: http://www.chicagobusiness.com/section/tech-50?page=

Rithmio debuts its workout tracker EDGE

Rithmio, a Serra Capital II portfolio company, has debuted EDGE, its stealthy, consumer-facing workout tracker this week. EDGE is an app for wear devices that helps athletes and weightlifters track their workouts and measure progress. EDGE will be available for Android WEAR users first, followed by the Apple watch. 

The market for gesture recognition products is evolving at a rapid pace, and the hardware companies and developers struggle to innovate fast enough to keep up with consumer expectations. Product development cycles are long, algorithm development is tedious, and gesture recognition solutions recognize accuracy. Rithmio's platform helps HW manufacturers and developers create accurate gesture-based products quickly. 

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Rithmio Raises An Impressive $3 Million From Investors

Rithmio, a Serra Capital II portfolio company, was featured on Crain’s chicagobusiness.com on June 30. Rithmio is a start-up out of the University of Illinois that has created a gesture recognition platform for the wearables industry.

Rithmio has raised $3 million in funding from an impressive lineup of investors with including Intel Capital leading the investment. Serra Capital was also listed in the article as an investor.

Rithmio Raises An Impressive $3 Million From Investors

Rithmio, a Serra Capital II portfolio company, was featured on Crain’s chicagobusiness.com on June 30. Rithmio is a start-up out of the University of Illinois that has created a gesture recognition platform for the wearables industry.

Rithmio has raised $3 million in funding from an impressive lineup of investors with including Intel Capital leading the investment. Serra Capital was also listed in the article as an investor.

Rithmio Featured in News-Gazette

Rithmio, a Serra Ventures client, was featured in the Champaign News-Gazette on April 20.

Rithmio is a data analytics software company with an analytics engine based on research originally funded by the US Air Force for missile guidance and satellite navigation applications. Their first product is a gesture recognition system for wearable devices. The article fully covered Rithmio’s technology and the plans the company has for the product.

Source: http://www.news-gazette.com/news/business/2014-04-20/device-helps-athletes-monitor-practice.html

Rithmio Wins Cozad New Venture Competition

Rithmio, a Serra Ventures client, won top honors at the Cozad New Venture competition on April 25.  Six teams competed in two different tracks- University funded research and non-University funded teams. Both tracks awarded the top team with $20,000 in funding.

Rithmio, the winner of the University funded track, is creating gesture recognition software for wearable devices. The software allows the user to train the device for any number of activities- like weight-lifting or running, distinguish between those activities as well as track and analyze the activities that have been performed.

Source: http://tec.illinois.edu/resources/news/wearable-device-technology-projection-mapping-startup-win-top-prizes-cozad-new-venture