EverestIMS Technologies IoT platform is now integrated with Bionic Yantra’s Robotic Exoskeleton Assisted Rehabilitation System (REARS) to enhance control and analytics of physical rehabilitation
BENGALURU, India – May 7, 2019 – EverestIMS Technologies Pvt Ltd (Everest), an Indian software product company specializing in providing software solutions for IT Infrastructure, ITSM and the IoT space, recently announced its collaboration with Bionic Yantra, India’s first medical robotics company. The integration of Everest’s IoT platform with Bionic Yantra’s Robotic Exoskeleton Assisted Rehabilitation Systems (REARS) will help hospitals gain greater insights from the data collected from a specially-abled person.
REARS accelerates the rehabilitation process by reducing the overall recovery time after a given surgical procedure. REARS benefits can be leveraged in a variety of medical applications including assisting healthy senior citizens, enabling specialized training for athletes and activities (games) for kids. It enables standard therapeutic procedures across regions and hospitals while automating measurement of patient progress.
With Everest, Bionic has incorporated advanced technologies such as IoT and ML to REARS adding value to a patients’ experience. With the integration of Everest’s IoT platform, hospitals can acquire far deeper insights from the data collected from a specially-abled person. The automated therapy is safe and reliable – at a reasonable cost and accelerates recovery and improves rehabilitation outcomes.
Satish Kumar, CEO of EverestIMS Technologies is enthused about this partnership and said, “It’s a great opportunity to expand our presence into healthcare sector by associating with Bionic Yantra. The robotic rehabilitation systems of Bionic Yantra have the potential to offer individualized therapy, increased efficiency of training at lower cost and new sensing capabilities for the physical therapist to quantify a patient’s progress. We would like to further work closely with Bionic Yantra, impacting the lives of people in a positive way.”
The integrated offering is a typical example of how different technologies across horizontals can work harmoniously together to solve complex medical issues.
Shivakumar Nagarajan, Director at Bionic Yantra said, “It is our mission to transform patients into productive assets of society. We intend to do so in a manner that enables this cutting-edge technology to be affordable and reach all those who need it. Our partnership with EverestIMS and the integration of AI and ML into the offering will help accelerate our vision towards reality. When cutting edge hardware meets advanced software the result can only be beneficial for society and especially those with special locomotor needs.”
The Everest IoT solution will record the rehabilitation session details, helping the patient for insurance claims. All the historical data of the patient is stored and can be accessed from everyday devices. Additionally, it also provides assistive information to the patient, including all the exercises and routines completed along with advice of future routines. Overall, it offers a complete patient management solution with detailed insights of activities, reports and future guidance.
Together, both companies are transforming patients into productive assets of society.
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Everest IMS Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Everest) is an Indian product company. Everest was founded by a group of technocrats who have been working together for over 14 years and have a combined experience of close to 100+ years in the I&O scape. With a rich market experience in the I&O space, the company has built its widespread presence across the country through its product portfolio. The organization specializes in providing integrated IT solutions to empower corporations and enterprises to deliver enhanced services to their end-users.
About Bionic Yantra
Bionic Yantra™ is India’s first medical robotics company. Incorporated in Jan 2017, Bionic Yantra has embarked into this exciting field with a view to utilizing cutting-edge technology to solve real human problems. Simulation led design techniques were used to catch up with the pioneers in exoskeletons and utilizing local labour advantages in creating and making the product affordable.