Patents for monitoring medical devices has been approved in Singapore, Mexico and Japan

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Brighter’s AI patent for a system to monitor and predict wear and tear of a medical device has been approved in Singapore and Mexico. In Japan, Brighter’s patent for using a mobile device for monitoring a medical device has been approved.

“For patient-safety reasons, it is of great importance that mobile medical equipment works properly and is reliable. At the same time such devices, usually carried around by the users at all times, are likely to be exposed to a number of external stress factors such as temperature changes, humidity or chock if the user drops the device, which can cause damage. Furthermore, daily use causes general wear. It’s important for us to be able to monitor this remotely, optimally through advanced AI technology, so that we can quickly identify a potential problem and repair or replace the product in case the user hasn't noticed and reported it,” says Henrik Norström, CEO.

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Brighter is a health-tech company from Sweden with a vision of a world where managing chronic diseases is no longer a struggle. We believe a data-centric approach is key to provide smarter care for chronic conditions. Our daily-care solutions facilitate the flow of real-life treatment data between chronic-disease patients, their loved ones and their care providers – improving quality of life, easing the burden on healthcare systems, and opening new opportunities for data-driven research. Brighter is certified under ISO 13485. In 2019 the company won the Swecare Rising Stars Award. 
The Company's shares are listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market/BRIG.


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