Artiligent was incorporated in 2018 by 3 young entrepreneurs Mr. Rupesh Sawant- CEO, Mr. Santosh Joshi- CBO & Mr. Harish Madye-CTO, as a company who brings Innovations in Interactions space. Headquartered in India and the company has presence in APAC, Middle-eastern & European countries having a Global footprint.
Artiligent’s Flagship Product Jimmy Meet (www.jimmymeet.com) is the easiest way to organize & manage meeting spaces with IOT enabled applications. With large deployments in global clients Jimmy Meet has been well accepted and recognised worldwide. They have been in business of Telepresence robots since 2018 and have been successful in embedding the niche technology in Large Corporates, ITES, Education, Warehousing and many such verticals.
While the Covid19 Pandemic hit the world and changed the way we interact, live and survive, the hardest hit were the healthcare workers and hospitals. Artiligent was quick to adapt the robots to the healthcare requirements. Prime Focus was Quarantine Care, Elderly care, Doctors, to round and diagnose patients remotely, taking food to patients via robots, patient’s family connecting and interacting over robot & mainly allowing interactions following social distancing norms giving safety to all such frontline workers.
Artiligent’s robot use-case gave doctors who are at the forefront of the humanities war against covid19, a virtual way to move around from bed to bed while interacting with patients and diagnosing & subscribing medicines. With expertise in Robotics and IOT applications, Artiligent was quick to develop teledoc app and doctors’ interface for such remote interactions for non-covid19 patients as well through Jimo Teledoc platform (www.jimoteledoc.com).
To bridge the gap between telehealth and telemedicine, they further developed an ecosystem to take remote diagnosis tools to rural areas through clinic in a bag concept. Wherein a clinician visits remote rural patients and takes readings over medical devices and relays back to doctors. They connect tertiary rural Medicare centres to Specialty care centres in cities. The project has begun with 3 villages in Maharashtra’s Ratnagiri district and will expand in more than 100 villages in coming months.