We help organizations prevent COVID-19 outbreaks in their facilities.
When a customer, employee, or visitor who was in a facility is later confirmed to be infected, organizations currently have no way of knowing who may have been exposed, and are therefore often forced to shut down to prevent further spread.
And, because customers are concerned about exposure, they are less likely to come inside. The resulting drop in foot traffic can significantly reduce revenue for some businesses.
By analyzing data from an organization's existing video, security, and payment infrastructure, we identify which of their customers and employees have come into contact with known cases, and estimate their viral exposure risk — automatically and at scale.
Organizations can proactively encourage individuals at high risk of infection to isolate, allowing them to stay open, minimize disruptions to their operations, and give their customers and employees privacy and peace of mind.
Organizations use our website to configure Video and Contact data integrations. Video data integrations include:
Contact data integrations include:
When someone who has been inside one or more of their facilities is confirmed by healthcare authorities to be infected, we help to quickly identify and alert customers and employees who may have been exposed. Allowing them to isolate as soon as possible prevents more customers and employees from getting sick, thereby avoiding disruptions.
We use computer vision to track subjects and estimate viral exposure, and security, payment, and/or opt-in QR codes to get identity and contact information for relevant subjects only (i.e. known and possible COVID-19 cases). We do not store any personally identifying information.
Contact Tracing is a process that is used to identify, educate and monitor individuals who have had close contact with someone who is infected with a virus. These individuals are at a higher risk of becoming infected and sharing the virus with others.
Contact tracing limits further spread of the virus.
Contact tracing is currently our best tool against COVID-19, and likely will be for the foreseeable future.
United States health officials are creating a contact tracing program that includes $12 billion for 180,000 contact tracers.
Ultimately, a vaccine is the best way to stop COVID-19, but vaccines normally take 10-15 years to develop, and most people don't want to take an untested vaccine.
It's a way for organizations to be proactive about COVID-19 by leveraging their existing data infrastructure.
It's the easiest and most cost effective way to know who might already be infected and prevent future infections from spreading in an organization.
Contact Tracing AI has a few key advantages over Blueooth/GPS/ultrasound apps:
We are considering whether to integrate the Exposure Notification API from Apple and Google.
Yes! The video above shows physical contact because it's easy to understand and illustrate. But we detect the public health definition of exposure: at least 15 minutes of conversation, within a distance of 2 metres (6 feet), without wearing protective equipment.
Our system is designed to be used with pre-existing video security systems. This means that the video data we analyze is already being recorded.
In order to contact those who may be affected, we use your organization's existing data assets (like payment and access control records).However, we only access contact information for those affected, and we do not store any personally identifying information for longer than is necessary for contact tracing purposes (i.e. approximately four to eight weeks).
There are two methods we use to associate contact information with subjects we track in the video:
Organizations download posters containing unique codes, and display them in key locations (like entrances).
Individuals scan posters to opt in to being notified of a possible exposure.
We provide instructions and support for exporting videos from your Video Management System. Then you can drag and drop or upload your files in your Dashboard.
We are working with Video Management System providers to integrate our technology into their products more seamlessly.
No. Posters just make it easier to send us a text message.
No. As mentioned above, they are not required in areas where other data sources (like Point-of-Sales systems or Access Control systems) are available.
Nothing. Scanning a poster sends us a text message, which is typically free.
USD $3.00 per video hour.
Custom solutions are also available. Please contact us to learn more.
We are especially interested in engaging with public health providers. If you or someone you know is involved in contact tracing, please let us know.