Vayyar and Meditemi collaborate to develop robot to detect early stage Covid 19 symptoms
Vayyar Imaging has collaborated Meditemi for the development of an advanced intelligent care robot to detect early-stage symptoms of Covid-19 disease.
Vayyar Imaging is a provider of 4D radar imaging technology, while Meditemi provides robotic healthcare solutions.
The companies will focus on the creation of a more intelligent care robot that offers a range of remote monitoring capabilities, including early detection of Covid-19 symptoms within 10 seconds.
Under the deal, the partnership will integrate Vayyar’s 4D intelligent RF sensors with Meditemi’s health robots to for better screening and monitoring of early-stage Covid-19 symptoms.
Vayyar Home general manager Ofer Familier said: “Following successful collaborations with Israel’s Ministries of Defense and Health, we are thrilled to be coupling our health sensor technology with Meditemi to provide solutions to bring people back to work and also help monitor our parents and grandparents at their homes.”
The advanced robot will carry out a quick and touchless scan when a person approaches it to analyse their heart rate (BPM), respiratory rate (RPM), waveforms and temperature.
Later, the robot’s dashboard will show crucial vital signs and the Covid-19 infection risk level in real-time.
The care robot can conduct quick and automatic screening in any public space
The care robot will hold the capacity to provide quick and automatic screening in any public space such as building entrances, factories, public transport, airports, trade shows and border crossings without staff support and sanitation requirements.
Additionally, the robots will support seniors to better monitor in their residences and alert caregivers regarding emergency situations or health deterioration.
The intelligent robots, which can function in any environmental condition, will not have any impact with line-of-sight, lighting, or weather conditions.
Meditemi president and CEO Rafael Aviram said: “Meditemi robot together with Vayyar technology will help doctors and nurses in providing treatment and giving advice to patients without touching or getting close to the patient in order to reduce virus infection risks for medical personnel.”
In March, AlayaCare introduced a Covid-19 screener to minimise the health risk for home and community care workers.
The electronic screening tool will help front-line workers to evaluate the risk before they offer home and community-based services to elderly and risky patients.
About Vayyar Imaging
Vayyar Imaging is a global leader in 4D radar imaging technology, providing affordable, highly advanced sensors to a wide variety of industries. With applications in the medical, automotive, smart home, robotics, retail, RF testing sectors. Vayyar's intelligent sensors can see through walls and objects, map environments, track movements in real-time and monitor vitals. Its state-of-the-art chip covers imaging and radar bands from 3-81Ghz, with up to 72 transceivers in each chip and an integrated high-performance DSP. Vayyar's multi-antenna sensor produces unprecedented levels of accuracy, enabling high-resolution 4D point-cloud images. Vayyar is developing the next generation of sensing technology that is miniature, affordable and versatile enough to impact everyone's lives. Welcome to a world where intelligent sensing is part of the everyday.
The health care specialist medisana GmbH has founded a joint venture "meditemi" based in Hong Kong together with the start-up company temi. medisana GmbH is a subsidiary of the Chinese Ogawa Smart Healthcare Technology Group Co. Ltd., one of the world's leading manufacturers of health care and massage products. The aim is to introduce an intelligent home care robot under the umbrella of the medisana brand in Europe and later also in the USA and Asia with a focus on home health care. The start-up company temi has already been awarded the title "Best robot of CES 2019" for its personal robot temi at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas and Shanghai. With well over 100,000 visitors, CES is one of the largest electronics trade fairs in the world.