While many may be surprised, we adopt technology and digitalization into some of the most standard hygiene and health products to reach new levels of service and effectiveness.
This means using Internet of Things to analyze data to raise the standard of care and cleanliness and find smarter solutions to reduce waste and increase efficiency.
Our people make digital solutions like data-driven cleaning systems, sensor-driven incontinence solutions, 3D leg measurement for compression stockings and virtual reality hand hygiene training for healthcare.
We develop online knowledge communities supporting teenage girls, first-time parents, lymphedema patients and people with incontinence.
We innovate to change the way we produce our products to increase employee safety and adopt automation and robotics where relevant. Innovation directly improves the lives and well-being of patients, caregivers, cleaners, employees and consumers everywhere.
86% of consumers have avoided public toilets in the last year. Together with customers, we develop data-driven cleaning to secure availability, improve customer service and cleaners' efficiency.
Almost 1/3 of all people that care for an elderly relative, care for a person with incontinence. Together with healthcare workers and caregivers, we develop smart solutions for dignified care with sensors that track and notify urinary saturation.
Around 42% of breast cancer survivors will develop lymphedema. Together with patients and phlebologists, we innovate compression garments that support better health and greater well-being.
Bladder and bowel issues affect over 900 000 UK children. Together with tech start-up Novioscan, we develop wearable ultrasound devices that help children manage their bladder.