Ibisvision Boosts International Growth with New Healthcare Kiosk Agreement in India
(PRESS RELEASE) IbisVision, the revolutionary Glasgow company whose platform allows opticians to perform eye tests remotely with patients in any location, has signed an agreement that allows its technology to be used across the India, the second most populous country in the world, with the aim of improving eye health and avoiding diseases that can lead to blindness among its 1.3 billion citizens.
The agreement, with Pulse Active Stations Network, allows the remote deployment of IbisVision’s technology in “Smart Health Kiosks” scattered throughout the country’s infrastructure. At present, there are kiosks in 150 locations such as the Delhi metro network, with Pulse planning to install its kiosks in 10,000 locations over the next three years. The deal will help generate considerable international interest for IbisVision, and is also a precursor to other possible deals for similar technologies in the United States.
At the heart of IbisVision’s mission is ensuring that eye care is accessible to those struggling to access this important aspect of well-being. Kiosks are portable and can be transported to more remote areas where health care options are limited. IbisVision’s Amsler test technology seeks to detect unusual elements in an individual’s vision, a significant advantage in a country where 30 million people are blind to cataracts and 1.2 million people lose their eyesight. vision due to complications from glaucoma.
The kiosks themselves measure a number of health factors and provide information on how to maintain well-being. Pulse has found that the Covid 19 pandemic has led to increased awareness among young workers of the importance of managing their health, and the kiosks provide both affordable and convenient access to health tests for busy commuters. of the fast growing Indian economy.
Commenting on the deal, Mark Rogers, CEO of IbisVision, said: “If you were looking for the perfect place to launch your international growth, you couldn’t choose better than India, where a rapidly expanding economy and population important mean that there is a huge untapped demand for eye care. Pulse’s new kiosks are the perfect way to bring our technology to as many people as possible, which means we can start here and now to prevent sight loss and maintain eye health. We are very proud of an agreement and relationship that kicks off our international expansion, increases our revenue and most importantly saves people’s eyesight.
Joginder Tanikella, CEO of Pulse Active Stations Network, said: “We are delighted to partner with Ibisvision and work with their innovative solutions to provide preventive eye care services in India in an affordable and accessible manner.