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Adaptability at 38,000 Feet - Using inflight WiFi to Manage Medical Events

This month our Technology Manager Tony Ross talks to the aviation industry about the connectivity, and how we address inflight variability when managing onboard medical events. The world of today expects constant, high-speed connection to the internet. We shop, bank, socialise and live our lives on this information superhighway and cannot be without it. This has given rise to an ever-increasing demand for more bandwidth (or speed) and connectivity, even in the most remote of places such as 38,000 feet in the air. As Technology Manager, one of my key considerations for our carry onboard first-response kit, was to harness...

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Software Engineer Opportunity

We are growing fast at MIME Technologies and this is the perfect time for us to grow our team, too. We have an exciting opportunity for a Software Engineer to join our tech team. We have developed a fantastic Med-tech product Aiber and are progressing at pace. At MIME Technologies we offer a flexible working environment whilst developing a product that you can be genuinely proud of. Our mission is to bring confidence to those who travel by air or sea with our innovative technology that helps in remote medical emergencies. You should be able to demonstrate experience of applying...

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Inflight Magazine Hosts MIME's Journey

Recently, our company's story was published by “Inflight magazine”; a leading publication, which boasts a global audience of aviation industry stakeholders across the inflight technology spectrum. In this article, we share our mission to support this sector, especially in challenging times. Our journey started in the Highlands of Scotland with the purpose of supporting the provision of remote medical care in hard-to-reach locations. A crucial part of our success is our award-winning research and development, which drives the enhancement of our Aiber product, supporting clients to make current and future air travel safer, as they adapt to this new environment...

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Aircraft Cabin Management Magazine

Dr Alasdair Mort, the co-founder and inventor of MIME Technologies, explains how Medtech can support cabin crew through COVID-19 and beyond, in the "Tech in Action" section of the Aircraft Cabin Management magazine. The impact of the COVID-19 crisis has been felt deeply by the aviation industry. The pandemic is pushing innovation in Medtech to even greater heights with new solutions that are even more targeted to help the aviation industry to recover. Health technologies and applications to support the coronavirus response can assist many areas of operations, including cleanliness and infection control. However, take off itself adds an additional...

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Aerospace Testing International magazine

Dr Alasdair Mort, a founder and inventor of MIME Technologies, shares with Aerospace Testing International magazine, how his background in altitude physiology helped him develop Aiber, a first response medical solution for cabin crew. His research into aviation physiology and electronic patient monitoring informed the development of the first response kit, which has been CE marked since this publication. Read the full Press Release here

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Boeing HorizonX Global Ventures and Scottish Enterprise funding boost

In March 2021, MIME Technologies secured a six-figure funding boost from Boeing HorizonX Global Ventures and also from Scottish Enterprise, Scotland's national economic development agency, as part of the Boeing Scotland Alliance. The backing comes as the firm was selected from nearly 200 applications from more than 40 countries, to join the ATI Boeing Accelerator programme, which attracts world-class young companies who are creating sustainability-enabling technologies. The programme was created in partnership with the Aerospace Technology Institute and Boeing. GKN Aerospace is the corporate sponsor and Rolls-Royce recently joined as a partner. The funding boost will be used for product...

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Appointment of new Non-Executive Director

We are delighted to announce that Jill McGregor has been appointed to the Board as a Non-Executive Director at MIME Technologies. Jill is a Chartered Accountant with over 30 years’ financial expertise and has worked with med tech companies for the last 16 years. She is currently CFO of Spaceright Europe Limited and was CFO of Bsolve Dental, LiDCO Group plc and Touch Bionics and prior to that was Director of Finance at Optos plc. A very warm welcome to Jill from the MIME team, her appointment marks an important step in our company growth. To read her full bio...

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MIME Joins The ATI Boeing Accelerator Programme

MIME Technologies welcomes the new year with new aviation beginnings!We have joined the ATI Boeing Accelerator Programme, selected from nearly 200 applications, representing companies across more than 40 countries. The aim of the accelerator is to help shape the future of sustainable aerospace, with all participating contributors sharing this vision. The programme was created in partnership with the Aerospace Technology Institute and Boeing. GKN Aerospace is the programme's corporate sponsor and Rolls-Royce recently joined as a programme partner. The alliance with the accelerator, coupled with the commercial and business support it brings, will deepen our networks and continue to raise...

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Aiber is CE marked

MIME Technologies has CE marked its Aiber first response solution, paving the way for launch into international markets. The CE mark confirms that Aiber conforms to European Communities Council Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 and is now registered with the UK Competent Authority. This is a significant advancement for MIME Technologies as it allows the company to enter UK and European markets. The team has worked hard throughout 2020 to manufacture Aiber to the required stringent standards, aligned with a rigorous quality management system.We look forward to working with airline and maritime representatives in European countries to bring this first response...

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MIME Tech amongst 'Scotland Tech 50'

We made it!!! The team at MIME are proud to announce that we ranked #9 in the Scotland Tech 50 for 2020. To be selected within the top 10 of such 50 worthy businesses in Scotland was just the icing on the virtual cake (unfortunately Covid-19 prevented us from celebrating together). The final ranking was decided by an expert judging panel with representatives from Scottish EDGE, Technology Scotland, Tech Nation, Tech Scotland Advocates, Scottish Tech Army and Business Cloud, combined with and a public vote. We are just delighted and it helps to demonstrate the skill and talent Scotland has...

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New Product Website

Our new website describing our product Aiber is now live. Aiber is a first response product developed to support Aviation and Maritime industries. It communicates on-scene emergency data to professional clinical service providers anywhere worldwide using our secure cloud technology. Even without network connectivity our product can still guide your crew and record all vital data for accurate incident reporting. Check out our new site, where you can review Aiber's core features and arrange a demo from our team.

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Aiber - A product launch with global impact for sick travellers

At MIME Technologies we strive to support cabin crew during inflight medical events. After years of research & development and end-user testing, our dedicated team developed a new solution - 'Aiber' - that delivers more value than any other on the aviation market. When public health and communicable disease such as COVID-19 are high on the agenda, there is no better time to launch a solution that has the potential to support cabin crew across the globe. Several milestones have been achieved on our journey: In September 2019, we successfully closed investment, led by one of Scotland's most active Angel...

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One of ten Digital / Science companies to watch in 2020.

The Business Insider's tech columnist publishes a shortlist of Top Ten Scottish Digital and Science start-ups to watch in 2020, identified for their growth potential. MIME Technologies has featured alongside other recognised science and digital innovations, including Tech for Good companies like Neatebox and flexible ultrasound and imaging company Novosound. The article is a strong testament to our mission to harness the power of in-flight medical data with potentially life-saving consequences. To read the full article click here.

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BBC Radio Scotland

Lots of company developments have occurred over the last couple of months. Our latest round of investment will be a catalyst for company growth and the PR in relation to this investment was published by high-calibre sources such as The Scotsman and Young Company Finance to name but a few. However, the team at MIME® were most delighted when, out of the blue, they were invited to talk about the value of our in-flight medical technology on radio....cue Andrew Black. So on the 17th October 2019 our CEO, Anne Roberts took to the BBC Radio Scotland studios in Edinburgh, to...

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New "eyes in the skies" as we secure investment to scale in-flight medical emergency solution

We are delighted to announce that the team have secured new investment and an additional Scottish Enterprise SMART grant. The investment, led by Equity Gap and the Scottish Investment Bank, will be used to accelerate growth and create new operational and technical jobs. Supported by Highlands & Islands Enterprise, our product is designed specifically for cabin crew, helping their training to manage a medical incident and connecting in real-time to ground based medical support.

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Run the Runway

At MIME® we aim to change the way inflight First Aid response is provided, supporting passengers with either acute onset of symptoms, or those with long term conditions. Therefore, it means a lot to us to support charities that have a positive impact on someone’s experience when they are ill. Speaking of which, Maggie’s Highland is one of those charities that is here to have a positive impact, providing emotional and practical help and giving advice to those affected by cancer. The beautiful interior design of Maggie’s building also provides an escape for those who need it most. So, this...

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AMDA - Airline Medical Director's Association, Las Vegas, Nevada

A thoroughly successful day taking MIME to new international markets, exhibiting at the Airlines Medical Directors Association, 2019 annual conference. As a customer focused business, we had a chance to meet and connect with potential new clients and network with influencers in the aviation industry. In addition, it gave customers time to interact with our technology. With one-to-one demos and face-to-face meetings organised in advance, it was a productive day from start to finish, definitely a worthwhile trip to the other side of the world!

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Mike India Mike Echo = MIME

The Company Flight Plan for 2019 There’s a lot of jargon in aviation, so it’s important for you to know your PANTS (a streamlined, non-load bearing fairing to cover landing wheels) from your TOUCH-AND-GO (used commonly in practise, when an aircraft lands then takes off without stopping). There’s lots to remember and it’s easy to get confused. So, the team at MIME decided to put together a 2019 FLIGHT PLAN of our own for customers and followers, designed to show you our company’s AIR SPEED INDICATOR (how quickly we’re progressing), and our ANGLE OF ATTACK (what we are going to...

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Why 30 compressions instead of 15? – the evolution of CPR

Over 30,000 people in the UK experience sudden cardiac arrest in the community every year. In the United States the figure is 383,000. Many are not aware of having heart disease and may not have any of the associated risk factors. In the UK, fewer than 10% of people on whom a resuscitation attempt is made outside hospital, survive. A British Heart Foundation survey from 2015, conducted by the University of Warwick, highlighted that fewer than half of bystanders would attempt potentially-life-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Only 37% of respondents reported that they would feel “confident” to deliver immediate CPR. This...

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In-flight well-being - Reflections on the 2018 Aviation Health Conference

In the spring of 2018, Qantas began flying its new non-stop route between Perth, Australia and London. This route covers just under 10,000 miles and passengers spend around 17 hours on-board. As the aviation industry now transports 4 billion people around the globe annually and with a global ageing population, health on-board has never been so important. So…have you ever wondered which key issues the aviation industry is tackling in relation to the health of passengers and crew? The next couple of hundred words will provide an insight into some of the topics being addressed in 2018, including in-flight medical...

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An inflight solution for medical events & emergencies - supporting cabin crew from take-off to landing for major and minor incidents.


An onboard solution for commercial maritime and superyachts, a technology that links the ship with onshore medical providers.


Communicate to remote medical providers anywhere worldwide using secure cloud technology. Share vital signs data using medical-grade sensors. React to early signs of casualty deterioration. Fast.

Record & Comply

Harness the power of medical emergency data, supporting airline pilots and sea captains to make informed diversion decisions. Reflect on your data for audit and training.

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