SARITA was founded in 2015 by Danish engineer Nikolaj Nielsen. While studying, Nikolaj worked at a local nursing home and repeatedly found elderly laying on the floor after the fall, despite wearing an alarm bracelet. As a young engineer, he decided to create a new alerting sensor technology that would automatically register when a person has fallen, and called it SARITA Pearl.
Since then, the company grew to 15 people and is currently designing and producing technology for aging citizens that live independently or in care institutions. The product portfolio of the company offers software and hardware solutions for both private and institutionalized care settings. The main features of technology focus on automatic fall detection, GPS location, calls and applications to support the care providers.
SARITA stands for easy to use technology that has an intuitive interface, both for the elderly and their caregivers. Non-stigmatising design has always been a priority for SARITA, which resulted in the Pearl looking like a beautiful accessory that people are not ashamed to wear.
Currently, SARITA is looking for distributors and technical partners in Europe.