On a business trip to San Francisco, watching planes take off and land on parallel runways, the team first identified a core gap in the market, that on-scene first response can be better supported in environments remote from professional medical care. We address this using wireless technologies that capture medical event data on-scene and offer real-time digital communication with ground-based care providers. As our technology developed, we now offer it to several markets, including the aviation and maritime industry (super yachts and commercial shipping).
Our Aiber product is based on five-years of research and development, funded by the RCUK Digital Economy Programme and led by healthcare professionals working with computing scientists at the University of Aberdeen. Credibility is one of our core values, which is why the team have completed human factors trials of our technology at large high profile events, with a leading humanitarian aid agency.
Headquartered in Inverness, the Highland capital of Scotland and a Scottish Life Science hub, our team have expertise in medicine, physiology and computing science - essential for developing industry leading medical emergency solutions for high altitude and offshore environments.
A limited company registered in Scotland (SC509452)