Hapbee Technologies Inc., earlier known as Elevation Technologies Inc., is a publicly-listed hardware technology firm specialized in wearable fitness and wellness solutions. Incorporated in January 2019, Hapbee Technologies Inc is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture (TSXV) with its ordinary shares trading under the stock quote HAPB. It is also listed on the OTCQB market and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the trading symbols HAPBF and HA1, respectively.
The Vancouver-headquartered company is engaged in the development, marketing and commercialization of mood-altering and wearable consumer digital products. The company leverages electromagnetic field technology to improve the human experience.
Hapbee products are powered by ultra-low radio frequency energy (ulRFE) technology that delivers/ plays ultra-low radio frequency signals to produce different types of sensations. These sensations are broadly divided into six moods categories:
ii. Deep Sleep
In July 2021, the company introduced the eighth signal – Boost – aimed at providing an energy boost whenever required, free from caffeine and calories. The theobromine-based Boost signal enhances the physical energy levels of the user and helps in reducing mental fatigue.
The company’s products are managed via the Hapbee App, which is compatible to Android and iOS smart devices. The wellness-focused business acquired global licenses to revamp EMulate’s ulRFE technology for fitness and wellness aimed wearables to enhance consumers’ health.
EMulate Therapeutics Inc. is a Seattle-based healthcare technology company that provides therapeutic devices. It innovated and developed ulRFE technology that allows the Hapbee fitness and wellness wearables to deliver, precisely, the targeted frequency energy to regulate the metabolic pathways and produce the user desired mood.
Currently, EMulate received 32 tech patents, globally, for Hapbee products. With the ulRFE technology, the company can potentially produce 100 different kinds of sensations. Hapbee earns revenue from the sale of its fitness and wellness-enhancing wearable hardware and product-related subscription fees.