Dozee bags ‘Tech Start-up of the Year 2019 Award’ at Assocham’s Emerging Digital Technologies Summit
Dozee has saved 36 lives so far by alerting users about health deterioration and helping them detect tuberculosis, arrhythmia, pneumonia, pulmonary edema, cardiac arrest
Speaking on the occasion, Mudit Dandwate, CEO and Co-Founder Dozee said, “I am glad and humbled to have received this award. I take this opportunity to congratulate the entire Dozee team whose tireless efforts have made it possible. Also, I would like to thank Assocham for bestowing us with the honour. This award all the more inspires us to put in our best efforts every day and work towards our mission of ‘Simplifying Healthcare’.”
Dozee is a patented contact-free health monitor, invented by Mudit Dandwate and Gaurav Parchani, graduates from IIT. It is a thin sensor sheet which goes below the mattress and monitors heart health, respiration, sleep quality and stress levels with 98.4 per cent accuracy as compared to medical devices. It’s AI-powered technology not only flags cases of health deterioration before they become serious but also provides personalised recommendations to improve health.
Dozee has saved 36 lives so far by alerting users about health deterioration and helping them detect tuberculosis, arrhythmia, pneumonia, pulmonary edema, cardiac arrest and under diagnosed conditions such as sleep apnoea.
The device is built specifically for home settings, requires no technical expertise to set up and provides an effective remote monitoring service that enables high-skilled medical staff to take decisions remotely.