[Stockholm, Sweden] Swedish microwave technology and wireless communication leader Raytelligence announced on March 27 that they have recruited AI researcher Jens Lundström. In his new role, he will be working on developing Raytelligence's offer in eHealth. "Jens Lundström was at the top of the list, when we wanted to strengthen the team for our eHealth and AI initiative," said Pelle Viberg CEO at Raytelligence.
Jens, holds a Ph.D. in Information Technology with a focus on Applied Machine Learning (AI) for eHealth and Health Technology. Previously, Jens Lundström had a position as Assistant Professor at Halmstad University.
”Machine learning will play a very important role in future health care”, said Pelle Viberg, CEO of Raytelligence. ”With his long experience of strategy, project management and programming, combined with identification of user needs and requirements and a deeper knowledge of modeling of human behavior patterns and anomaly detection, Jens will help strengthen our position as a eHealth company, as we now are investing even more in eHealth and AI. Now we are forming the team to be prepared for the listing at the Swedish stock exchange by the end of this year.”
”I see Raytelligence as a company with a very high potential”, said Jens Lundström. ”To be able to join this company, becoming a part of the development of the microwave radar system, and pair it with AI, will be incredibly exciting. We will be able to make a big difference in the future health care sector”.
The microwave technology and wireless communication, provided by Raytelligence, is based on a compact but highly advanced sensor equipped with AI, that – on a distance – can measure and track breathing, body position and motion. To measure position and motion with millimeter precision under extreme conditions is also valuable for the manufacturing industry.
Halmstad-based Raytelligence was founded in 2015. Shortly after, the company launched its first version of the 60 GHz sensor for vital sign monitoring as well as a cloud service. The company is currently carrying out an issue of 5 MSEK.