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Introducing Nightingale

An intelligent computer vision system for hospitals. Supporting staff in predicting and preventing adverse events.
Named after Florence Nightingale, who not only helped define modern nursing whilst highlighting the importance of the emotional and physical labour that nurses perform, but also lead the way for using statistics to understand and improve the function of hospitals that she was in charge of.

Adaptive and approachable interfaces

Timely alerts and live overviews that scale from individual patients to whole hospitals, all easily accessible on the Nightingale platform.

Nightingale acts as an intermediary, analysing the environment, and then passing on this information to the staff, never showing any video directly to staff.

Our system is designed to minimise the amount of time staff need to spend looking at a screen, in order to maximise time for human to human interaction in the ward.

Visualisation of the user interface, where various signals are being monitored on a patient

Organised chaos

Everything speaks together, no siloes of information. Behaviours and alerts from one bed or ward can teach and play a role in the whole system

Why is there a jump in adverse events right after lunch? How can we better manage the distribution of our staff? How does the rhythm of the ward change throughout the day? As more Nighingales are introduced to the ward, the platform can start to help you connect dots that could never have been connected before.

The Nightingale platform, helps the staff and management gain more insights into the delicate balance of their hospital’s ecosystem.

Why computer vision?

Contactless

Being camera based means that no wires or devices have to be directly connected to the patients. This allows us to help patients that might otherwise not be able to benefit from the technology (for example patients that can’t have wired monitoring)

Context rich

Where is the patients IV? How is the patient lying in bed? Has the respiration rate been changing? Instead of tracking one signal, we can track countless signals and, crucially, the relations between them.

Soft signals

We can pick up on subtle and emergent signals that couldn’t be picked up by hyper focused systems. The slightest of movements, the fuzziest of behavioural changes, all come together to create a richer impression of the patients situation.

Try out Nightingale at your hospital

Let us work together to minimise adverse events throughout the hospital, support your staff’s ability to care for their patients, and improve your ability to make data-backed decisions

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