- TracePoint vision grid will identify workers who came in contact with a sick coworker and alert operational staff.
- Mateon’s patented AI camera grid system is similar to Amazon’s technology but at a fraction of the cost.
- TracePoint will deploy a Fever Camera System to continuously monitor for COVID-19.
TracePoint will identify workers who came in contact with a sick coworker and alert operational staff to take actions defined in standard operational procedures. Procedures may include quarantine for exposed workers and deep disinfection of surfaces exposed to the virus. This will ensure safety, while maintaining cost, by avoiding a plant wide disinfection. The TracePoint system will include Fever Camera System to continuously measure the body temperature of personnel at a fraction of the cost of commercial infrared cameras.
Contact tracing and fever monitoring is an upgrade to Mateon’s AI camera grid system which is being deployed to track men and materials in pharmaceutical manufacturing to streamline GMP manufacturing. Mateon deployments are in collaboration with its partners, IBM and Meridian IT. The company plans to work with health agencies to explore ways to integrate the recently announced Apple-
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The machine generated data from the AI vision grid will be stored in a blockchain ledger, to ensure data integrity, immutability and auditability. The platform has broad application potential across virtually all types of enclosed high traffic areas, including hospitals, nursing homes and grocery stores.
Mateon was created by the recent reverse merger with Oncotelic which became a wholly owned subsidiary of
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EdgePoint AI was established in order to advance the company’s revolutionary cluster-computer platform for AI that processes machine learning models at a fraction of the power and budget of mainstream computing in pharmaceutical manufacturing. The company’s technology solution “TrustPoint” provides an AI computing platform for pharmaceutical and healthcare verticals including blockchain support for manufacturing where data integrity and security are of utmost importance. EdgePoint is composed of a team of executives with pharmaceutical drug development, GMP manufacturing and deep AI knowledge. The team includes
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