Elfi-Tech has collaborated with Samsung to develop a module for integration into the Simband device platform. This access allows Elfi-Tech to showcase its innovative technology – its mDLS sensor together with software algorithms for PPG sensors, onto an easily accessible digital health platform for users. Furthermore, Samsung’s S.A.M.I cloud platform gives users accurate and effective access to Elfi-Tech’s measured parameters.
Elfi-Tech is a co-founder of each of the following start-ups, and has licensed elements of its IP portfolio to create the core technology and innovative new products in each of these start ups. Each partnership is managed by seasoned veterans who bring much needed focus to their respective fields.
Laboratory testing and pre-clinical imaging
Pulse-Or is an innovative company developing, manufacturing and marketing blood flow imaging and measurement devices for real time visualization of tissue blood perfusion and physiological diagnostics in a variety of scientific, biological and medical applications such as brain, atherosclerosis and angiogenesis research, diabetes, burns, wounds, plastic surgery, flap monitoring, dermatology, etc. All their products employ proprietary Circulation Pattern Recovery™ technology – a striking example of successful integration of photonics and computational techniques into accurate visualization and measurement of arterial blood velocity profile and dynamics.
LifeBEAM develops applications in the military and security sector based on Elfi-Tech proprietary technologies. Its founders are experienced professionals in this field and are focusing their efforts to develop remote monitoring applications based on the abilities of Elfi mDLS™ sensor. LifeBEAM works closely with the Israeli military as well as various defense contractors. Click here for an article about using mDLS for measuing blood perfusion to identify developing conditions that could lead to hypoxia or G-induced loss of consciousness (GLOC), integrated into a smart pilot helmet.
OxiTone Medical is involved in the development of revolutionary Wearable Pulse Oximeters that will revolutionize the field of home and telehealth care. The uniqueness of their device is its ability to measure pulse rate and oxygen saturation without hindering wires and painful clips that “bite” the finger. All sensors are placed at the wrist location and embedded into convenient and familiar wristwatch-like enclosure. Besides the comfort and convenience, their device will provide reliable continuous monitoring and real-time record of a patient’s state of health, through days and nights of changing activity.