The Elevator Series Presents WAVYMEET

The newest season of Silicon Luxembourg’s The Elevator series features WAVYMEET. This medical telecommunication platform is a spin-off of the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability, and Trust (SnT). The dynamic spin-off revolutionizes cardiac rehabilitation: It allows patients to undergo rehabilitation programs remotely without the barriers of transportation and scheduling.


The new Elevator series, supported by Orange Luxembourg and Research Luxembourg, focuses on the stories of successful start-ups from Luxembourg. They bring the so-called elevator pitch to the next level. The representatives of start-ups try to convince the audience of their business model until the doors of the lifts open.


In the WAVYMEET episode, Dr. Antonio Ken Iannillo, Co-Founder & CEO of WAVY MEET, presents how WAVYMEET bridges the gap of cardiac rehabilitation worldwide. Globally, 400 million patients missed out due to logistical challenges increasing their risk for relapses. The pandemic highlighted the need for more than video calls. Real-time biometric monitoring is crucial.


WAVYMEET combines video communication and secure transmission of vital data. Patients can undergo remote cardiac rehabilitation without hospital trips

Real-time biofeedback during WAVYMEET video calls empowers cardiac physical therapists and enables hospitals to treat more patients. Beyond the benefits to patients, the platform’s potential to improve key performance indicators (KPIs) associated with public healthcare, such as patient satisfaction, positions it as a significant player in the healthcare industry.


This season of the Elevator has brought together eight spin-off companies originating from the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) and the University of Luxembourg.