We are a company in Toronto, Canada that has history of developing, launching and promoting multiple enterprise software products that revolve around precise advance technologies promoting IoT, AI and AR/VR. Having a successful track record in selling these softwares they planned to partner with Leap Biosystems that wanted to develop new Augmented Reality training kit for astronauts that can use EpiPen during emergency situation. This module also had an extended version that auto-diagnosed and detected medication dosages depending on patient’s age. Both these modules were called MedGuide and MedCoach.
Product Features and Security
MedCoach relied heavily on Google Firebase OCR/Text recognition (Optical Character Recognition). Using this Machine Learning kit, medicine bottles from same manufacturers but different dosages were auto-scanned, recognized and identified for use. Patient’s needed to input their basic information such as age, weight, and place medical vial in front of the camera for auto-detection.
MedGuide however was an entire project that used theories of Augmented Reality and Model Training. EpiPen-is an injection containing epinephrine, a chemical that narrows blood vessels and opens airways in the lungs. These effects can reverse severe low blood pressure, wheezing, severe skin itching, hives, and other symptoms of an allergic reaction. This app was designed to auto-detect EpiPen and guide the user to use it during emergency by detecting a thigh. It also included procedures that drive entire injection process using advance technologies like AI and Augmented Reality.