Founded by Zoe Milne and David Savill, LoopLearn automates the student roll marking process in schools using computer vision technology.
With decades of experience in EduTech, the Looplearn founders joined the Accelerator program in 2018. The team quickly established trial partnerships with various schools across Victoria and were able to demonstrate that their solution would not only return time to teachers but was ultimately safer and more accurate than the current manual roll process.
The technology and findings received significant exposure and discussions through many mainstream media channels, and by the conclusion of the program, the team had grown hiring their first employee, expanded to have a presence in NSW as well as Victoria, and were also a successful recipient of the Commonwealth Accelerating Commercialisation Grant (of $480,000).
David previously founded the EduTech business Edumate, a leading K12 SaaS platform. David has deep leadership and technical experience having worked in EduTech across local and international markets in a unique mix of leadership, business development and technology roles helping grow revenue and drive organisational change. David brings a lifelong passion for EduTech with a keen commercial awareness and impetus. In 2018 the start-up call burned within David once more and led him to co-found LoopLearn - a cutting-edge AI/SaaS offering helping schools keep students safe and solve what is an often under-appreciated but significant issue for schools.
Zoe love's building solutions with new technology to solve old problems. The kind of problems that people thought could never be improved, but make a real difference. After years of growing technology solutions for global EduTech companies, she took the plunge and dived into working on my her projects and co-founded LoopLearn.LoopLearn makes it simpler, quicker, and more efficient for organisations to ensure the health and safety of their communities and people in their care. Our technology helps organisations know who is on their premises, be confident that all people are authorised and safe to be there, and have an efficient system that alerts staff if a person is at risk.