Victrix has won a public contract to support analysis of myriad data from COVID-19 metrics in residential care homes.
The Victrix platform has 3 main components, 1) data collection tools from any digital source, such as wearables, biometric sensors, IoT, and VOIP telecare communications, 2) analytical tools based on NoSQL and Elastic Search, and 3) digital outputs from configurable workflows delivering events and data.
The Government is particularly interested in the second component, supported by a Victrix team of 5 doctorates in medicine, psychology and sociology, to apply predictive and preventive data analytics.
The same methodologies will also be deployed to harness the potential of health and social care data currently residing unexploited in large populations of telecare users, in order to create truly predictive and proactive interventions to support vulnerable people in the home.
This is an important step in the Victrix journey to becoming the number one digital telehealthcare platform provider in 2021, and is part of our engagement with major telecare players, which aim to generate high value-added service outcomes.