NIVO is developed in collaboration with experts and professionals
i the horse world.

Horses and equestrian sports are a regular part of everyday life for most NIVO employees, either as active riders, breeders or pony parents.
It is in context of our own experiences, both with injuries and training frustrations, that the foundation stone of NIVO was laid in 2018. 

We have spent our time developing the concept and the products, and we are both proud and excited to finally be able to present NIVO to the rest of the world. 

NIVO works closely with one of the leading companies in riding equipment: Ingdam’s. Their competencies and expertise are vital in the development of NIVO’s products.

NIVO NIVO is both based, developed, designed and produced in Denmark, and is housed in the country’s leading IoT hub:




The development team at NIVO consists of leading researchers in veterinary medicine, biomechanics and artificial intelligence, flanked by visionary and innovative designers and engineers.

NIVO is developed in collaboration with experts and professionals in the horse world. Having experts, such as veterinarians, equipment developers, and researchers on the team allows us to develop a product based on science. This gives us a unique knowledge that is important in the development of NIVO.

With this collaboration we always have access to the latest knowledge and news about inventions in the horse world. Therefore we are always up to date and can adapt our solution to today’s and future challenges.

What sets us apart from other companies is that we connect multiple sensors and utilize the latest technology, including artificial intelligence. It is important for us to design our product in collaboration with our users to ensure that our product always meets the required needs.


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