Coroflo, a medtech firm based in Dublin, has developed the world’s first breastfeeding monitor. Currently, only established method of measuring breastfeed is pre- and post-feed weighing, which many say is inaccurate. The Coroflo device helps new mothers understand how much milk their babies are getting, with real time data tracked on their phone. Its patented sensor, Coro, is non-invasive, tiny and it doesn’t need wires nor chargers, as the unit is completely self-contained. Founded in 2016 by Dr. Helen Barry, who has 15 years clinical experience, and James Travers as CTO, alongside Rosanne Longmore as CEO, Coroflo has raised a total of €3.8 million in funding.