iDAvatars & Swaive Corporation Partner to Enable Interactive Remote Patient Monitoring Systems

MILWAUKEE -- iDAvatars is pleased to announce today its partnership with Silicon Valley's Swaive Corporation (Swaive) to integrate Swaive's biometric sensors with emotionally intelligent avatars. iDAvatars will integrate 'Sophie' with Swaive's intelligent ear thermometer to deliver an interactive user experience for remote patient monitoring.

Key features of the Swaive Thermometer, include the ability to adapt to each family member's age while analyzing their temperature characteristics, simple to use, easy to read day or night display, and the ability to track temperature trends. According to Daroga, Sophie will provide a much greater user experience and more importantly an interactive session to discuss usage and results in real time.

The companies are also collaborating on developing a wider portfolio of connected medical devices for remote patient monitoring and telehealth markets.

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