In a magazine published on 3 May 2020, Haaretz showcased Elsight’s past present and future technology and operations with correlation to the fight against the Covid-19 outbreak.
From the article:
CEO Nir Gabay said; “In these challenging times of the Covid-19 outbreak, the meaning of real-time connectivity and communications has become sacred. Connecting hospitals and medical centers in rural areas with almost no cellular infrastructure, Secure video conferences for organizations, controlling drones and robots beyond visual line of sight, and communication to and from isolated Covid-19 wards have become things of absolute necessity. The world is changing right in front of our eyes, most of the global population is working from home, medical teams are deployed in the field, countries are under full lockdown, and the load on existing network infrastructure is higher than ever before. Organizations now understand the significance of fully secured, real-time connectivity, anytime, anywhere. We are proud to provide this necessary connectivity to the world, by utilizing our cutting-edge technology, and to take an active part in the fight against Covid-19. We have partnered up with several companies actively fighting the outbreak, amongst them Alrena Technologies that developed the Smartmedicase, which enables the diagnosis of patients from a distance, with the physical presence of only a nurse and a remote doctor through a video call. We are also involved in other activities in Israel, the United states and other countries around the globe. We have rapidly developed several solutions dedicated to fight the outbreak, based on Halo and our unique bonding technology. We manufacture most of our hardware in Israel and are happy to put Israel on the map of groundbreaking technologies fighting the current outbreak.”
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