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RAM Group and IGaN partnership advances commercialisation of the world’s most advanced whole-body monitoring Quantum Sensor, operating 70% faster than AI
November 1, 2019 News

 

Locally-based technology providers RAM Group in multi-parametric, single-point bio-electro-mechanical quantum sensor technology and IGSS GAN Pte Ltd (IGaN) fabrication experts in 8” gallium nitride on silicon (GaN-on-Si) announces today the world’s first clinically-validated Quantum Device Sensor (QDS) providing non-invasive, continuous whole-body organ system monitoring.

Billed as one of the most advanced sensors of its kind for an array of healthcare applications and wearables, QDS integrates proprietary Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) engine to produce a new level of data sets with the potential to aid immediate and hyper-accurate diagnosis of diseases or disorders in the heart, lungs and other organs.

“Powered by AGI that operates 70% faster than AI in neural net analysis, the QDS addresses the need for small, ultra-low power, non-invasive sensor that can simultaneously and continuously detect minute changes in electrical fields within the human body. It fundamentally transforms the way critical illnesses and disease states are detected, diagnosed and understood sooner with less stress and cost,” said Ayal Ram, CEO and Founder of RAM Group.

Raj Kumar, Founder and Group CEO of IGSS Ventures Pte Ltd, of which IGaN is a subsidiary, explained, “We are excited to bring to this partnership IGaN’s in-depth know-how in cost-competitive commercialising and accelerating time-to-market of GaN-on-Si based technologies. Successful clinical trialling and QDS’ market-readiness is case in point for the advanced capabilities of niche semiconductors like GaN-on-Si, particularly as a superior replacement for silicon chips. It must be said that with RAM Group, we can together, enable the adoption of GaN-on-Si sensor-based applications beyond healthcare to further drive Singapore’s potential as a global innovation hub in emerging semiconductor applications.”

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