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Triteq client Eykona was featured in The Times today in an article by Kathryn Hopkins, who described the device as “A device used to assess injured soldiers signals a new approach in the public sector”.

Triteq were invited to work with ISIS spin-out company Eykona, formed to bring a 3D imaging product to market, originally asked to review the project as a general research activity, we have worked with Eykona through every stage of their development and were delighted to see the camera included by the NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement, in the Department of Health catalogue of all long-listed High Impact Innovations. The intention is that the catalogue will be a resource for service improvement leaders; signposting them to innovations/innovators which have the potential to support them.

Eykona delivers accurate and repeatable 3D imaging technology to wound care, allowing any wound, scar or tissue blemish to be photographed, measured and mapped over time to inform medical processes like never before. An innovative, lightweight and easy-to-use hand held unit captures the 3D images, which can then be analysed and shared by clinicians through pioneering software.

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