AI-powered patient monitoring system awarded £865k Innovate UK grant

Oct 10, 2018 · bdaily.co.uk

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Innovate UK has awarded a £865k Digital Health Technology Catalyst grant to various partners to develop an artificial intelligence platform that analyses physical movements of patients on a daily basis.

The solution will apply to a wide range of conditions and help clinicians make data-informed decisions about patient progress and wellbeing.

Led by Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems (CBAS), partners in the consortium include Andiamo, which makes user-centred children’s orthotics, CUSH Health, which makes smart devices for elderly patients, and the Human Performance Lab at Queen Mary University of London.

CBAS has developed the AI platform and will be trialling it with Andiamo’s 3D printed orthoses and CUSH Health’s smart device for elderly patients at risk of falls.

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