AI-Based Pill Dispenser Pillo to Keep Track of Medications
Pillo, automated pill dispenser, personal digital assistant, and communication device can prepare the correct dose of multiple drugs on a personalized schedule.
Pillo is Amazon Alexa-like voice-based assistant having display screen, which allows patients to maintain their health schedule, make video calls, and receive personalized medical data. Users can also play music, read news, and set alarms. The device works in similar to Amazon Alexa and Google Home. The device can synchronize with smartphone app, which allows individual to receive notifications regarding reminders when medication needs to be taken.
Pillo assist elder family members to take medication on this and not miss single dose. Furthermore, it can communicate with healthcare provider and notify them of an individual is taking medication on time. It features, 7″ touchscreen, powerful speakers, facial recognition, Bluetooth connectivity, battery backup, and a locking mechanism to prevent unauthorized users from accessing drugs stored inside. Moreover, Pillo uses facial recognition to identify individuals and then dispenses the medication accordingly. This Indiegogo campaign robot can is avaible at US$ 299.
Pillo is a unique device, which is expected to improve over time with new functionalities. The company plans to add additional features in the near future. Some we will begin building soon after our crowd funding campaign ends. These additional features include, calories manager, stress management, mobility and fall detection, nutrition dashboard, baby monitor, and digital health reports.
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