Health Monitoring 

Next-Generation A.I. Disease Infection Monitoring

Using artificial intelligence embedded within U.I.D.™, we can further increase our efforts in national healthcare security. By using real-time contact tracing of health and biometric mapping, important life-saving data could be provided to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 24 hours a day, minute by minute; instead of weeks old data the CDC currently receives now while retaining complete identity masking of personal data and ensuring absolute data privacy.  

Securing Privacy

U.I.D.™ is customizable for countless applications at over a 256-Bit encryption. For example, it can be used under the glass on smartphones or in IoT devices like cars or FOB replacements, all keys or doors, rendering keys and sobriety tests unnecessary. Where the degree of security is at a premium and health a big focus, such as airports, contactless banking, supply chain, and government facilities, UID can be configured for the highest resolution ID, credential, and schedule verification as well as public health monitoring for contact tracing.

How U.I.D™ Can Work For You

The system we developed utilizes a custom “capacitive ultrasonic transducer (CMUT) that incorporates both Near-Infrared with Ultrasound (NIR/US) as well as an olfactory Chemosensory (smell) sensor in a MEMS package that is suitable for worldwide deployment in all mobile phones or devices.

NIR vs. Ultrasound vs. Transillumination for Vein Access

In the area of vein access, there are three main technologies used throughout the Vacuolar field: Near Infrared (NIR), Ultrasound, and Transillumination.


Products using NIR technology are easily recognized by the bright (usually red, orange, or green light) they shine upon the skin. NIR light relies on the hemoglobin inside veins to absorb the infrared light, resulting in a map of the veins under the skin's surface.

CMUT Ultrasound 

This technology uses soundwaves to help image venous structures and surrounding tissues on a screen for the technician. A strong pulse of sound is sent into the body from the transducer and the reflection of the pulse is detected to map the deeper structures.

A new Ultrasound version that we use, detects blood flow, and is called Doppler Ultrasound because it can detect the flow of blood from the shift in frequency of the reflected wave from an object.

Transillumination Technology 

This technology is based on the use of bright, colored LEDs that are positioned directly on the skin’s surface during a vein access procedure. As this light passes through the skin, deoxygenated blood absorbs some of the light.

The result is a true representation of not only the location of the vein but also the size and depth of the vein. In addition to locating vascular network or demonstrating decreased blood flow caused by COVID-19 as in asymptomatic individuals.


Our U.I.D.™ system can be deployed in almost anything that you currently interact with on a daily basis and/or used to automate health monitoring and identification — saving millions of lives when the next healthcare disaster strikes.