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Artefact studio designed Aim's autonomous clinic to visit patients

Tinuku ~ Artefact's Aim presents an autonomous health clinic to the patient. Seattle-based Artefact studio designed the concept of an independent public health clinic backed by artificial intelligence to diagnose patients without a doctor's presence. The Aim platform uses smartphone apps and autonomous vehicle pods to reach users and diagnose health.

Tinuku Artefact studio designed Aim's autonomous clinic to visit patients

Tinuku.com Artefact studio designed Aim's autonomous clinic to visit patients

www.Tinuku.com Artefact studio designed Aim's autonomous clinic to visit patients

Artefact studio designs the futuristic concept of health services using autonomous vehicle pods to approach patient calls from smartphones as mobile clinics with automated monitoring, self-reporting and active testing that can be done from home.

The device features user voice and data voting changes to measure emotional well-being that is integrated into other Internet-of-Things devices to extend the reach of diagnoses. One day the system will build a data bank about patients and connect to mobile clinics.

"Aim is a solution to provide experience and address logistics gaps between homes and clinics. We design comprehensive healthcare and autonomy services to patients, help care organizations, manage system loads and allocate resources more effectively," says the studio.

Tinuku Artefact studio designed Aim's autonomous clinic to visit patients

Tinuku.com Artefact studio designed Aim's autonomous clinic to visit patients

www.Tinuku.com Artefact studio designed Aim's autonomous clinic to visit patients

These autonomous drive vehicles will conduct a series of deeper health tests using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Augmented Reality (AR) that help users pinpoint problem areas using on-body projection and descriptive specific symptoms. On-board pharmacies also carry supplies of drugs.

Artefact studio say the Aim system becomes a fast and tailored health care solution according to the patient's condition. The diagnostic results and more information are directly sent through the application. Pods also have video calls through applications for patients who need specialists or call emergency transport.

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