Start up Muse Wierbels at IIIT Madras has been started by a group of alumni together with alumni of NIT Warangal. There are plans to launch these trackers in 70 countries.
Start at IIIT Madras Up Muse Virebels has been started by a group of alumni together with alumni of NIT Warangal. There are plans to launch these trackers in 70 countries. The hand tracker has sensors to measure body temperature, heart rate, and SPO2 (blood oxygen density), which can help detect early levels of infection by constantly monitoring them.
This tracker will run through Bluetooth and it can be connected to a mobile phone through the Muse Health app. Information related to the user's body and other activities will be gathered in the phone and remote server. If the user goes to any locked area then he will get the message through the Arogya Setu app.
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IIT Madras alumnus KLNSai Prashant said, “We have a target of selling 2 lakh products this year and plan to sell 1 million trackers by 2020.” Investors have faith in our innovation and they feel that we can bring huge changes in the consumer technology industry. We have succeeded in collecting 22 crore rupees. The price of this tracker is 3500 rupees and it will come in 70 countries by August. A graduate from NIT Warangal, K.K. Pratyusha said, our main objective is to help in the identification of such patients who may have corona so that they can be treated more effectively.