AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) May 01, 2020
HookBang, an innovative R&D company, has adapted their Augmented Reality (AR) training system to assist in preparing users in the operation of the Zoll 731 EMV ventilator. Using cameras and Artificial Intelligence (AI), HookBang’s training system interactively instructs users on critical operational tasks, requiring significantly less time than paper based training. This allows for a safer and more rapid deployment of the hardware. The adaptation is an important step in the response to the COVID-19 crisis, as ventilators are now in critical demand and rapid training and deployment is a top priority. As numerous companies such as Tesla, Ford, and GM scramble to produce newly designed ventilators to aid in this shortage, training is critical to ensure that these devices are used and maintained safely.
HookBang has an extensive history of developing machine vision and artificial intelligence based solutions. Their training platform uses AI with real-time awareness to provide users with step by step augmented reality directions for operating a device. In 2019, HookBang began work with the US Air Force to expand the application of its technology to a broader array of device types. With COVID-19 now putting the health of millions at risk, the company has invested its own resources and focus to adapt their AR-enabled artificial intelligence to ventilators.
HookBang would like to work with ventilator developers, new or existing, to provide the accompanying AR training software. The company is also interested in partnering with hospitals and organizations that need to quickly train personnel on any critical hardware device. If interested, please contact them directly for more information.
Ventilator Trainer Video
HookBang’s Machine Vision Work
HookBang is a full stack development firm headquartered in Austin, TX. The company consistently works with the DoD and private sector to provide enterprise solutions, with a focus in Augmented Reality, Machine Vision, Artificial Intelligence, and leading edge R&D. The company’s client list includes customers such as Google, Dell, Warner Brothers, and the US Air Force.