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CLINICAL AI : Data-driven personalised and preventative medicine

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CLINICAL AI : Data-driven personalised and preventative medicine

SIME IS committed to preventative, personalised DATA-DRIVEN medicine. Our solutions provide precise insights to doctors in decisive moments, when rapid intervention can save a life. Developed by world-renowned scientists and doctors, our AI data engine detects disease in real-time, enabling early treatment in high risk patients.

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The first urgent unmet needs that we are
addressing are in the neonatal intensive care unit; where our clinically proven, and patented technologies will have the greatest impact

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The first urgent unmet needs that we are
addressing are in the neonatal intensive care unit; where our clinically proven, and patented technologies will have the greatest impact

OUR EXPERTISE


FOUNDED ON THREE DECADES OF RESEARCH

Our founders have dedicated the last three decades to clinical and mathematical innovation. With over 70 published papers, their discoveries are the foundation of our technology.

Pushing the boundaries of medical and data science, we provide doctors with the information they need to treat early, precisely and preventatively.

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LED BY A TEAM OF AI PIONEERS

Our co-founder, Professor Hoskuldsson, was awarded the Herman Wold Gold Medal for his contributions to AI chemometrics.

Today, our AI team have turned his vision into a proprietary technology that has the intelligence required to deliver decisive data in the fast-paced environment of acute care.

WORLD RENOWNED NEONATAL SPECIALISTS

In 1989, our co-founder Professor Verder revolutionised neonatology with his innovative method for treating lung maturity. Today, this method is still the global gold standard of care. Our first application is in the neonatal intensive care unit, where we are helping to prevent the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in premature babies – respiratory distress syndrome.