Three Critical Signals. One Intelligent Tool. AI Innovation Delivered.
A new world is here, where every clinician now has the ability to improve cardiothoracic and abdominal assessment, in just a few minutes.
Welcome to the Kosmos
Inspired from the sum of all things in the universe, Kosmos explores a new clinical world where the sum of all vital signals from the heart and lungs, enable physicians to deliver critical diagnoses in a matter of few minutes.
Patented, mobile tool for real-time acquisition and synchronization of 3 vital signals
High-fidelity visual auscultation
Highly integrated ECG
High definition, clinical visualization tool
On-the-edge AI computing tool
HIPAA compliant + secured data
Export as a JPEG or MPEG-4 AVC file, using USB
DICOM supported for archiving exams to PACS
Evolving artificial intelligence application platform based on novel, deep learning techniques. From novice to super users, our AI platform will enable shortened training cycles to conduct accurate heart function assessment while offering high resolution ultrasound of torso to super users.
Drives systolic heart function assessment (EF, SV, CO)
Upcoming expansion to new applications
AI-driven software platform to facilitate remote ultrasound learning, reduce grading effort, and manage the workflow solution of exam data in any educational setting.
Optimize and drive efficiency in ultrasound workflow management
Improve QA efficiency with built-in reports and intelligent alerts
Secured access to information anytime, anywhere
Help reduce administrative effort for faculty
Dedicated support personnel to ensure best-in-class implementation
Future Developments – Work In Progress
Snapshot of KOSMOS applications
Parasternal Long Axis 3 Signal Stack
Apical Five Chamber
Automated Systolic Heart Function
AI Trio Automation
Work In Progress
Automated Anatomical Labeling
Algorithm will identify and label key anatomical structures in real-time while the user is scanning
Automated Image Grading
Algorithm will provide real-time, image quality grading using an established grading scale of 1 (poor quality) to 5 (excellent image quality)
Automated Acquisition Guidance
Algorithm will identify user acquisition errors and guide them on how to move the probe to correct the orientation and acquire an optimal clinical view