05 July 2022 | News
The hub will use non-invasive and non-radiation technology to screen for non-communicable diseases
India's first-of-its-kind, state-of-the-art SEED Innovation Hub for screening and early detection of non-communicable diseases was launched at Mumbai's Lion Tarachand Bapa Hospital, Sion. The innovation hub was inaugurated by Rotary District Governor, Sandip Agarwalla and Marja Einig, Acting German Consul General.
In this mission to carry out 'At Scale' screening and save lives, the German Consulate has joined hands with the Indian Relief Foundation for diabetic retinopathy.
The entirely Made-In-India enterprise in synergy with the Indian Relief Foundation uses future-forward devices and Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning/ Deep Learning technologies to carry out early detection. The futuristic research is powered by a cloud-based Dhi Ajna Platform courtesy AISeon Healthcare Technologies.