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MarketWatch

31 May 2021

Griffyn Robotech and Phoenix Innovations LLC, part of the Phoenix Group announced granting of patent on their Cosmetic Grading System entitled ‘COSMETIC GRADING THROUGH IMAGE PROCESSING and METHOD’. The patent was granted by the US Patents and Trademark Office. The host grading system is registered under the trade name DEEPSIGHT®. It is fully designed and developed by Griffyn Robotech and marketed and sold by Phoenix Innovations LLC in the USA. Read More

India Today

28 May 2021

Phoenix Group, a diverse group of companies with expertise in software, robotics & automation Products/solutions, announced the acquisition of Bit Mapper Integration Technologies (BMIT) Pune, Maharashtra. The company brings a strong competence in high-end FPGA & Embedded design advancements and capabilities. With this acquisition, Phoenix Group intends to expand its strength in Engineering, robotics & IIoT while blending in BMIT’s expertise in high-end FPGA & embedded designing.  Read More

Edexlive

22nd April 2020
With COVID-19 cases multiplying at an alarming rate, Griffyn Robotech, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations company headquartered in Pune, has announced manufacturing and mass supply of ventilators to support the Government of India in the fight against COVID-19 virus.
The lethal Coronavirus is known to affect the respiratory system of the patient who is required to be put on a ventilator, a machine that adds pressure to pump oxygen into the bloodstream and take out carbon dioxide from the lungs of the patient. Read More

ManufacturingToday

22nd April 2020
Griffyn Robotech, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations company, is manufacturing and mass supply of ventilators to support the Government of India in the fight against COVID-19 virus. The lethal coronavirus is known to affect the respiratory system of the patient who is required to be put on a ventilator, a machine that adds pressure to pump oxygen into the bloodstream and take out carbon dioxide from the lungs of the patient.
According to estimates by Government of India, the country needs 50,000 ventilators over the next two months. While the government has fast-tracked imports, the bulk of this shortfall has to be met by domestic manufacturers to fulfill the supply and demand gap. In this hour of crisis, Griffyn Robotech, with its other partners, scheduled for a Webex meeting to discuss the impact of the pandemic and initiatives that can be implemented to help the nation. Read More

Prnewswire

22nd April 2020
PUNE, India, April 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — With COVID-19 cases multiplying at an alarming rate, Griffyn Robotech, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations company headquartered in Pune, has announced manufacturing and mass supply of ventilators to support the Government of India in the fight against COVID-19 virus. The lethal coronavirus is known to affect the respiratory system of the patient who is required to be put on a ventilator, a machine that adds pressure to pump oxygen into the bloodstream and take out carbon dioxide from the lungs of the patient.
According to estimates by Government of India, the country needs 50,000 ventilators over the next two months. While the government has fast-tracked imports, the bulk of this shortfall has to be met by domestic manufacturers to fulfill the supply and demand gap. In this hour of crisis, Griffyn Robotech, with its other partners, scheduled for a Webex meeting to discuss the impact of the pandemic and initiatives that can be implemented to help the nation. The company was inspired by MIT ventilator design and created its own design using 3D printing technology to bring to the market ‘Shwaas’ an Ambu-bag based ventilator in the fight against COVID-19. Read More

Sakaltimes

22nd April 2020
The company has developed an AI specialised ventilation device to help the nation fight COVID-19. The virus is known to affect the respiratory system of the patient who is required to be put on a ventilator a machine that adds pressure to pump oxygen into the bloodstream and take out carbon dioxide from the lungs of the patient.
AI will be used to improve the comfort of the patient by managing the flow and pressure of ventilated air.
Sharing a few statistics, the company stated that according to estimates by the Central government, the country needs 50,000 ventilators over the next two months. While the government has fast-tracked imports, the bulk of this shortfall has to be met by domestic manufacturers to fulfil the supply and demand gap.

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Dailyhunt

22nd April 2020
The company has developed an AI specialized ventilation device to help the nation fight COVID-19
PUNE, India, April 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — With COVID-19 cases multiplying at an alarming rate, Griffyn Robotech, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations company headquartered in Pune, has announced manufacturing and mass supply of ventilators to support the Government of India in the fight against COVID-19 virus. The lethal coronavirus is known to affect the respiratory system of the patient who is required to be put on a ventilator, a machine that adds pressure to pump oxygen into the bloodstream and take out carbon dioxide from the lungs of the patient. Read More

Medicircle

22nd April 2020

With COVID-19 cases multiplying at an alarming rate, Griffyn Robotech, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations company headquartered in Pune, has announced manufacturing and mass supply of ventilators to support the Government of India in the fight against COVID-19 virus. The lethal coronavirus is known to affect the respiratory system of the patient who is required to be put on a ventilator, a machine that adds pressure to pump oxygen into the bloodstream and take out carbon dioxide from the lungs of the patient. Read More

Healthtekpak

22nd April 2020

With Covid-19 cases multiplying at an alarming rate, Griffyn Robotech, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovations company headquartered in Pune, has announced manufacturing and mass supply of ventilators to support the Government of India in the fight against Covid-19 virus. The lethal coronavirus affects the respiratory system of the patient who, in critical scenarios, may require a ventilator for external life support. A ventilator is a machine that adds pressure to pump oxygen into the bloodstream and take out carbon dioxide from the lungs of the patient. Read More

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