Suppose there is a car accident. Driver is unconscious and is not able to provide any information of injuries. Paramedics are at the scene to determine injuries and they heavily rely on their own experience and intuition to determine the level of injuries for safe evacuation. They bring the victim to the ER: emergency physician do initial assessment establishing primary injuries based on vital signs, visible injuries, the presence of blood, open fractures, the positions of the body part and limbs… They rush the patient to the CT, X-ray, MRI or any other way of fast diagnostics to determine any non visible but life threatening injuries. BUT, what if there is a possibility to determine nature of injuries before victim even reaches the ER? This is where SALI System comes into play…
SALI system is smart medical wearable device with primary use in cases of traffic accidents, especially with a lot of unconscious crash victims. The system detects the occurrence of the accident and
* immediately notifies the emergency medical service and predefined person(s) (via SMS and email) and
* provides information about strength, location and duration of forces which affected the victim(s) body
So, we are basically solving both:
* the problem of response time in this critical emergency cases and
* the problem of great uncertainty which lies before every medical service on their way to the crash scene by providing them with valuable information about the forces that impacted the victim body (in form of 3D model simulation of the body and forces).
Although SALI system can be applied in other fields as well (like sports), we narrowed our addressable market for now specifically to medical wearable devices.