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WIMO was founded in 2017 by two software engineers Wissam Aboueida and Mohamed Bahaa and has offices in Dubai and Riyadh, with regional expansion plans.
WIMO, a dynamic delivery logistics platform that enables companies automate their logistics operations and deliver a superior customer experience to their customers, has landed $500k in seed funding lead by Dubai Angel Investors (DAI) and other regional based prominent angel investors.
Currently, an estimated 5.2 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease (Alzheimer's Association, 2013), and the rate of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD) is growing, with an estimated 34 million people having some form of dementia in 2009 (Wimo, Winblad, & Jonsson, 2010).
[21.] Reed C, Belger M, Dell'agnello G, Wimo A, Argimon JM, Bruno G, Dodel R, Haro JM, Jones RW, Vellas B.
The incurable progressive brain disorder currently affects only about 4,300 residents in the UAE, but the high prevalence of chronic diseases means that nearly 30,000 patients could be suffering from it by 2030, Dr Anders Wimo, adjunct professor of geriatric general medicine at Sweden's renowned medical university, Karolinska Institute, told Gulf News.
Erciyes, "A dynamic distributed tree based tracking algorithm for wireless sensor networks," in Recent Trends in Wireless and Mobile Networks: Proceedings of the Second International Conference, WiMo 2010, Ankara, Turkey, June 26-28, 2010, A.
Janneke van Dijk, Rob Jongmans, Anouk Mansfeld, Steven Vink, Pim Westerkamp, with Wimo Ambala Bayang, 2012, Photographs of the Netherlands East Indies at the Tropenmuseum, with a Foreword by Peter Verdaasdonk, Director of the Tropenmuseum.
The number of Alzheimer patients in Turkey is approximately 300,000 (Cankurtaran & Ariogul, 2004; Wimo & Prince, 2010).
Third, Wimo and co-authors (2006) calculated the global cost for dementia and argued that "from macroeconomic research, it is well known that there is a strong correlation between expenditures on health care per capita and the GDP per capita (Wimo, Jonsson, & Winblad, 2006)." Wimo and co-authors further argued, "Differences in GDP per capita also reflect differences in care resources (e.g., countries with a high GDP per capita and year have more costly caring resources, such as long-term care, than countries with low GDP per capita)."