Daniel Kindstrand - Herosight
Blog post #1
Describe the idea!
Traditional simulation training in Emergency Care requires a lot of resources, props, personnel and preparations. With HeroSight’s software based on Augmented Reality, customers can arrange emergency care training at any place and time with minimum preparation needed. HeroSight’s software allows companies to access affordable drill training and customise the product to fit their educational needs, to a significantly lower cost than traditional emergency care simulations.
Who are you?
My name is Daniel Kindstrand and I hold a MSc in Entrepreneurship: New Venture Creation combined with field experience as a freelance journalist in hostile areas. I have participated in several trauma treatment courses and gained knowledge in drills and scenario training through previous work in the port of Gothenburg and on commercial fleets. As the CEO of HeroSigh in an early stage, I perform all non-code related tasks such as administration, management, finance, presentations, sales, networking and recruitment.
What will you do during these three months? How will you spend the time?
During the months supported by the Leap Frog scholarship I intend to establish university collaborations and deepened research of targeted market, competitors, medical aspects. The aim is to fully exploit given opportunity by focusing on tasks that tend to be overlooked during the high-tech start-up journey burdened by fast decision-making. With more knowledge at hand correct full navigation in waters of uncertainty will be possible meanwhile risks will be mitigated.
What do you expect to achieve during Leapfrogs?
The aim is to make HeroSight as prepared as possible for the busy fall with market launch in November. This makes collaboration with technical universities and gaming programs essential. Additionally, product development, deepened research will be a goal to obtain more knowledge as well as making HeroSight investment ready for further soft money funding and equity investments.