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Canaria Technologies Global Team

Canaria Technologies’ success has been off the back of world-class talent.

Led by our team of Data Scientists, Biomedical - Hardware - Electronic - Mechanical & Software Engineers, Medical Research, Cyber Security & Marketing, Canaria Technologies has worked hard to put together the best team possible to ensure our Predictive Biometric Platforms are at the forefront of the industry. Our Global Advisory Board ensures governance and decision-making adhere to best practice.


Canaria Technologies was founded in London in 2016 by Alex Sorina Moss and Dr Rob Finean. Canaria is a recognized leader in the emerging field of Predictive Biometrics, pioneering the next generation of industrial safety equipment predicting heat stress and cognitive fatigue events in real-time.

The original concept behind the Canaria Predictive Biometrics Platform was conceived for use by NASA aboard the International Space Station to solve the dual problems of hazardous pockets of C02 and a black hole of biometric data. The founders went on to win the NASA Global Award for Best Use of Hardware in 2016 prior to separating from the space sector to focus on commercializing their first-generation Predictive Biometrics Platform for use on earth in the world’s most physically challenging environments.


The company relocated to Australia in 2017 and has specialized its equipment for use in the heavy industries over 5 generations of hardware.

Meet The Team


Leigh Staines

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Advisory Board Chair

Alex Sorina Moss

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Co-Founder & Chair


Dr Rob Finean

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Co-Founder, Head of

Research & Development


Theodora Le Souquet

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Managing Director


At work, employees face numerous challenges in managing a dispersed workforce. From Cognitive Fatigue and Heat Stress, serious incidents can severely impact your organisation’s well-being.

One of the biggest threats to a safe and healthy workplace is the lack of communication between workers and their managers. With many people working remotely, it’s easy for managers to lose touch with their employees and not know what’s going on in the field. This can lead to problems like cognitive fatigue (a lack of mental focus) or heat stress (extreme heat conditions).

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