g-nous is leading an Italian consortium which developed Telemachus, an innovative technological solution aimed at reshaping tele-healthcare combining space and terrestrial technologies.
Telemachus is an integrated hardware/software medical system for the remote treatment and monitoring of users’ health conditions and positioning, thanks to a star bracelet and a web platform leveraging on AI.
Devised as a telemedicine tool answering the need to contain the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, Telemachus digitalise the interaction among patients, doctors, hospitals and health authorities, and allows the monitoring of the health conditions of patients and healthcare workers within hospitals, thanks to a data-driven approach that permit to take informed decisions.
As a certified medical device, Telemachus allows to:
- simplify the communication among patients, doctors, hospitals and health authorities by providing a continuous screening and remote monitoring tool to detect the main vital parameters and by preventing and patients-doctors from cross-contagion.
- facilitate prompt medical response by implementing location-based services for emergency and by helping health authorities to intervene when a patient with critical vital parameters is detected.
- monitor the health conditions of healthcare workers and patients in order to rapidly identify cases of infection and prevent the proliferation of contagion inside hospitals.
- collect and provide relevant data (vital parameters measurements, patients risk profile information, clinical data), filtered and validated by doctors, to health authorities in order to conduct epidemiological analyses and extract predictive models.
Acting as a gateway communicating directly with cloud servers, the bracelet and the modular approach of the whole system allow the integration of additional external sensors to extent the scope of Telemachus uses.
Medical Device class IIa
International Protection - IP57 Rating
Location-based services (based on GNSS)
Seamless indoor/outdoor positioning
BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy).
Demonstration project co-funded by ESA (in cooperation with MITD and ASI) completed.
Setting-up for commercialization.