Applications | Healthcare


Medical and health technologies has the ability to maintain national security and sustainable development. Among them, work related to the prevention and control of major new and emerging infectious diseases, animal and plant epidemics, and biosafety management in pathogenic microorganism laboratories can effectively prevent and respond to threats from hazardous biological factors (biological factors refer to animals, plants, microorganisms, biological toxins, and other biologically active substances) and related factors, which are important guarantees for the stable development of the country.

For national and local centers for disease control and prevention laboratories, infectious disease hospitals, we can provide a comprehensive biological aerosol online warning management system, which monitors real-time data on pathogenic microorganisms in the air and integrates alarm, sampling, and analysis.

Based on cloud platforms, artificial intelligence technology, and the Internet of Things, we deploy biological aerosol monitoring and alarm sensors in multiple locations, collect real-time data, and monitor indoor dust particle counts, as well as microbial particle counts (bacterial concentration). Coupled with biological aerosol samplers, we collect bacteria and virus samples on-site in a timely and effective manner, providing important evidence for pathogen analysis and emergency response plans. By integrating biological monitoring with disinfection and sterilization technologies, we achieve a comprehensive solution for monitoring, purification, and disinfection of the air environment.

Reference Application Scenarios

Hospital pathogen monitoring

Healthcare-Associated Infection Surveillance: Used in medical facilities to monitor pathogens and infectious diseases in the air, including viruses, bacteria, and fungi. By continuously sampling air quality and detecting biological threats, these sensors support infection control measures, helping prevent the spread of infectious diseases among patients, healthcare workers, and visitors

Hospital Environment Monitoring: Used to monitor environmental conditions inside hospitals, including air quality, temperature, and humidity. By ensuring optimal environmental conditions, these sensors contribute to patient comfort, healthcare worker health, and the protection of medical equipment and supplies

Laboratory Safety: Applied in research laboratories and diagnostic facilities to detect chemical hazards and air pollutants. By providing early warning of chemical spills, leaks, or smoke emissions, these sensors help protect laboratory personnel and prevent laboratory accidents or exposures

Hospital pathogen monitoring

Monitoring and response to non-traditional biological threats

Biological Threat Detection: Our sensor devices can be deployed in medical environments to detect potential biological threats, such as bioterrorism agents or emerging infectious diseases. Early detection of biological hazards allows for timely response and containment measures to protect public health and prevent widespread outbreaks

Emergency Preparedness and Response: Our sensors can be integrated into healthcare emergency response plans to enhance preparedness for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) events. By facilitating early detection, rapid notification, and effective response coordination, these sensors support healthcare organizations in their efforts to mitigate the impact of emergencies on patient care and personnel safety

Monitoring and response to non-traditional biological threats

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