MākuSafe News

MākuSafe develops wearable devices to improve workplace safety

By Silicon Prairie News

In mid-2015, entrepreneur Gabriel Glynn found himself between startups. He had just sold his one-off software company and was launching his next project, a podcast about the manufacturing industry. He didn’t know it at the time, but that podcast would eventually lead him to his next business, insurtech startup MākuSafe.

MākuSafe raises $1.25 million to make workers safer

By Clay and Milk

Ankeny-based MākuSafe has raised $1.25 million for continued development of wearable technology aimed at improving the safety for factory workers. The money was raised from private investors and was a convertible note round.

Manufacturing Safety Tech Deep in the Heartland

By Industry Week

How has a serial entrepreneur with a manufacturing podcast and a passion for the industry turned his attention to improving safety in factories? By crunching data, developing new tech and listening to just about everybody.

About MākuSafe

MākuSafe was formed by a powerful team of software, hardware and data engineers in an effort to prove that workplaces around the globe can be made safer by gathering environmental data around workers WHILE they work. Using analytics and machine learning technology we can turn that data into predictors so that accidents can be stopped before they happen.