Healthcare

Find clues of illness or injury from the sound

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AI-enabled health monitoring and analytics
The global population is aging. With an aging population comes a growing need for care—at home, in hospitals, and in nursing facilities. One clear area of need rising from this demographic shift is patient monitoring. Even if nurses, aids, and family members are available, they can’t be everywhere at once. They often are delayed in responding to falls and other problems. Cochl.Sense enabled devices to allow patients, elderlies, or kids to be monitored at lower costs without compromising privacy, saving nurses time and allowing everyone to take better care of the patient with peace of mind.

Listen to care

Cochl.Sense can add the hearing ability to healthcare devices and services such as medical applications, remote patient monitoring, and IP cameras. We deliver top-quality machine listening technology to solve issues and challenges in healthcare to make our daily life healthier.

  • Medical application
  • Remote patient monitoring
  • IP cameras
  • Robots
  • Emergency bell
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Cloud API

With an internet connection, powerful, real-time sound analysis is available through our Cloud API without heavy computation power.

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Edge SDK

Cochl.Sense can be installed on home appliances, robots, smart speakers, or any IoT devices using our Edge SDK.

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Our benefits

Check out how sound AI can bring disruptive change in the healthcare industry.

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    Cost-effective monitoring

    Cochl.Sense can monitor audio streams 24/7, so that patient monitoring can be done with a minimum number of people.

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    Privacy first

    Cochl.Sense - Emergency Detection SDK processes it on the fly at a local device, not storing any data.

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    Towards perfect healthcare

    Sound contains important health-related information that can be jointly used with other information to add extra reliability.

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    Enable immediate assistance

    Healthcare is extremely time-critical. Monitoring with Cochl.Sense enables faster response to potential health problems.

Healthcare Use Cases


  • Safe and reliable patient monitoring

    The vast majority of hospitals and healthcare facilities rely on manual spot-checking methods to monitor patient status. These spot-checks, which require medical professionals to physically check on patients, occur every four to eight hours. This infrequent spot-checking leaves patients unmonitored for extended periods, and often fail to notice when emergencies happen. Through detecting sounds that indicate critical situation such as fall, screaming, and coughing, Cochl helps understand what is happening in the ward and sense the problems.

  • Keep your loved ones safe at home

    No matter how much we strive to make our domestic environment as safe as possible, accidents at home can still happen. For elderlies, over 60% of all falls occur in the home, 20% of which causes a serious injury such as broken bones or a head injury. When children start to move around on their own, there is an increased danger of them pulling objects down and breaking things. When it comes to the health of our families, especially for those with young children, or elderlies, we want to be notified as soon as emergencies occur.

  • Audio-based symptom analytics

    It is important to pay attention to symptoms that warn of serious health problems, because ignoring them may put patients’ lives at risk. However, it is not easy for individuals to recognize and assess changes in their symptoms. You might not even know you have a problem if your symptoms are active while you are asleep. Cochl helps to provide analytics and statistics for commonly observed health symptoms identify diseases like apnea or flu.

Supported sounds

  • iconCough
  • iconSneeze
  • iconScream
  • iconSnore

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Industries

Add a listening ability anywhere. Smart home to entertainment, bring disruptive innovation to your industry.