MyFiziq Limited (ASX: MYQ) has completed the soon to be released CompleteHealth application with Canadian based NuraLogix Corporation.
A new design for the combined application with Canadian based Nuralogix Corporation has been approved by MyFiziq, which has also completed the explanatory video that will be distributed to third party organisations that have registered interest in entering into a commercial engagement with MyFiziq, along with a number of additional agreed targets.
MyFiziq CEO, Vlado Bosanac, said the company has had a further six organisations register interest, taking the total to 18 organisations now looking to access the platform for both commercial release and assessment of application capabilities.
These inquiries continue to be from the Telehealth, Wellness, Pharmacy Chains, Diabetes managements organisations, Insurers, and Re-Insurers.
The video tutorial produced by our head of design has articulated the offering perfectly,” Mr Bosanac said.
“We will be sharing the tutorial with the current 18 registered organisations to progress those discussions, along with a small number of other potential targets agreed to between NuraLogix and MyFiziq.
“Additionally, we have generated a lot of commercial interest from companies that have been tracking our progress via our releases.”
MyFiziq and Nuralogix are currently working on the commercial arrangements between the parties, which will allow both organisations the ability to sell the combined platform to their global audiences.
MyFiziq has developed and patented a proprietary dimensioning technology that enables its users to check, track, and assess their dimension using only a smartphone privately and accurately.
NuraLogix is a pioneer of Affective Artificial Intelligence (AI) which is the combination of affective computing and artificial intelligence. The company has developed the world’s first cloud based Affective AI Engine, DeepAffexTM, which utilizes the company’s proprietary facial imaging technology, Transdermal Optical Imaging(TOITM), to predict a wide array of human physiological and psychological affects using nothing more than the video camera found on any smartphone.
Using this technology, the company developed the world’s first smartphone app, AnuraTM, that can inform you about your general health and wellness in 30 seconds.