OSO-AI is the winner of the Structures 3.0 call for projects submitted with the Pôle Saint-Hélier


On October 13, the Digital Health Agency (ANS) unveiled the winners of the Structures 3.0 call for projects. This year, it aims to bring out innovative digital solutions facilitating the practices of professionals for improving working conditions. A total of 44 “structure (s)/supplier (s) of digital solutions” groups were candidates.

Oso-ai and The Saint-Helier Pole, Center for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Rennes, are among the eight winners of this call for projects. Together, we aim to Show that Augmented Ear saves one hour of work time per night to caregivers equipped with our solutions.

By using a connected sound sensor, which can be installed in a few minutes in a room, the algorithms developed by OSO-AI are able to interpret what is happening there. It is then possible to Automatically and in real time warn caregivers of serious events (fall or call for help for example).

The caregiver is notified on a mobile phone, which allows him to listen to the disturbing sound to assess his criticality. The system is based on specialized artificial intelligence algorithms, guaranteeing respect for the privacy of the fragile people being accompanied.

“The learning from these experiments will be regularly published and shared with the entire ecosystem” announces The Digital Health Agency (ANS)

The entire Oso-AI team is proud of this recognition and thanks the Pôle Saint-Hélier for its trust. We also congratulate the other winners who contribute to the dynamism of the medico-social sector.