Hospital patient care systems are becoming more effective thanks to the startup Evelabs, which is launching a number of technologies. Evelabs uses IoT-based technology to operate. With the use of technology, Evelabs’ Dripo Smart Infusion Monitor lessens the workload of nurses, doctors, and other medical employees. The wireless infusion monitor is called Dripo. This wireless infusion monitor tracks changes in drip rate and alerts physicians and nurses in real time. The business also manufactures Morse,a nurse calling system.
The Founding Team
Sanjai, Sruthy, and Vishnu founded the company.
CEO and co-founder of Evelabs, Vishnu. Following their engineering graduation and master’s degrees in various fields, the trio founded their business. About 17 employees work in the sales and installation departments. The Kochi office houses the Evelabs Research & Development team.
The startup’s main customer is hospitals. In addition, it works in partnership with distributors, ELV businesses, and hospital consultants to distribute it to hospitals.
Acknowledgments and future plans
The startup has received grants and investments totaling about Rs 5 crore. 2,000 units of the corporation are currently located in India. The team’s current goal is to introduce the product into hospitals all around the nation. Evelabs also wants to build an internationally renowned business in the infusion industry. The biggest medical expo in India, the Medical Innovation Award, the Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organizations, and many awards from the Departments of Biotechnology, Electronics, and Telecommunication.