|Organisation size||Small (< 50 employees and ≤ € 10 m turnover)|
KIRANET is an Innovative SME, founded in 2005, whose main objective is to create value for customers and partners through the combination of technologies and expertise in the field of ICT applied to specific market sectors. Indeed, by constantly arguing with the academic world, KIRANET applies research and pre-competitive development to healthcare, manufacturing, aerospace, railway, smart cities sectors. In the last 10 years, KIRANET has lead very important e-Health projects.The aim is to continuously generate new opportunities and themes that increase the skills and potential of medical applications. Technological innovation in KIRANET products together with biomedical research are strongly transforming care processes and health services. In particular, KIRANET develops solutions for improving both people well-being and the efficiency of health/non-health services. Thus the collaboration between the research world and the health system is strengthened to test and validate new technological solutions that help citizens to manage their health more effectively while supporting health professionals.
|Areas of expertise||
KIRANET developed innovative systems for the Healthcare Digitization, in particular for:
KIRANET current healthcare offer consists in a complete system to manage the clinical and logistical process in the hospital, composed of:
The company is ending the industrialization of these smart systems for the healthcare sector and is negotiating to obtain important industrial/commercial agreements with large players already operating in the reference market. Currently, KIRANET is engaged in the implementation of an R&D project in the “Active & healthy aging” field, named HOMECARE; its aim is to provide methodologies and technological tools in order to improve the organizational models and to facilitate their integration.
The HOMECARE project focuses on:
HOMECARE project already includes some technologies and experiences that offer alternative ways of providing heathcare. As mentioned above, the interesting project modules in this case are: the tele-monitoring of the patient’s clinical parameters and the remote control of the patient’s activities by wearable and home devices (the thermometer is one of them) and remote examination and consultation by clinicians through audio-video-communication. These solutions are ideal to face challenges such as COVID-19 as they allow patient continuity of care by limiting crowding in hospitals, allocating hospital capacity to important cases, all while reducing the disease’ spread.
|Areas of cooperation sought||
All that we do not cover: healthier lifestyle, nutrition & supplementation, interoperability & integration, quality & outcome reporting, training & education.
|Willing to share further information under a Non-Disclosure Agreement||Yes.|