Mumbai, Dec 6 (PTI) Ratan Tata-backed healthcare startup Goqii will launch two new smart health devices focusing on cardiac and diabetes care by March next. Also Read - International Flights: India, Japan Announce Air Bubble, Fly Directly From Delhi to Tokyo From Nov 2 | Details Here

The wearable devices-maker Goqii, also funded by Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma said it had raised over USD 30 million recently, led by Japanese conglomerate Mitsui & Co and will be entering the Japanese market. Also Read - Machu Picchu in Peru Reopens After 8 Months, But Only For 1 Japanese Tourist. Know Why

“As part of our growth plans, we will be entering Japan in the second or third quarter of 2019. We will also raise more funds over the next 18 months,” Goqii chief executive Vishal Gondal told PTI here Thursday. Also Read - In Strong Repulse to China, India Invites Australia, Forms 'Quad' Alliance in Malabar Naval Drill | What to Expect

However, he declined to share the quantum of the funds the company is planning to raise.

The company Thursday said it will be launch two smart health devices–‘Goqii VitalECG’ and ‘Goqii VitalGluco’ focusing on cardiac and diabetes care, by next March.

As per the IDC data, Goqii continues to hold the second position in the domestic wearables market with 47 percent year-over-year growth and 19 percent market share in Q3 of 2018.

The non-intrusive device to monitor blood sugar levels will take a few more years to develop, Gondal said, adding mental health will be a future focus for the company.

Apart from Tata and Sharma, Goqii also counts marquee investors like Mitsui, NEA, Megadelta, DSG Consumer Partners, Galaxy Digital, Denlow Investment Trust, Edelweiss, Cheetah Mobile, and GWC among others.

The company aims to have 10 million users from in the next two years in the country and expects to close this year a little less than 1 million users.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.