Goals

Here at DataArt Healthcare & Life Sciences we believe that the future of healthcare is not in technologies allowing GPs and surgeons to work more efficiently but in the technologies that will constantly monitor our vital signs, detect trends and deviations, match collected data with historical records of millions of other people and eventually warn us about potential problems before they present a serious threat. Many trends support that vision and there are a lot of initiatives currently pushing the industry in that direction. Wearable devices have become a reality. With their help we can already track many aspects of our lives, such as daily activity and quality of sleep. There is, however, a huge area that is still waiting for a breakthrough – nutrition science. Tracking your nutrition habits and facts still involves serious dedication and a lot of manual work. The goal of DataArt ORANGE is to develop software and algorithms that will help automate parts of that process, employing technologies available today.

Program

Our ultimate goal is to make nutrition tracking as simple and natural as activity tracking with wearable devices that are so popular today. This is a very ambitious goal that is hardly solvable in general terms. However, there are a lot of technologies that already exist that can help to narrow down context using information about our habits, time of day and geographical location. There is also a large number of datasets and services available online that can be utilized. This program is about combining these technologies with advanced computer vision and image processing algorithms in order to achieve the best possible results.

DataArt in the Healthcare Industry

We are a group of cross-disciplinary software experts with more than a million hours of experience in commercial projects in knowledge-intense areas such as computer vision, natural language processing and complex data analysis algorithms. We have had technical knowledge and domain expertise in the healthcare industry for more than 12 years.