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Jul 23, 2015 10:55 EST

Near Infrared Imaging, Inc.: selling the Vein-Eye and realizing profits

iCrowdNewswire - Jul 23, 2015

Near Infrared Imaging, Inc.

Near Infrared Imaging, Inc.

COMPANY OVERVIEW

Near Infrared Imaging is selling products and earning profits. It took our leading competitor $23M to get to this point. It took us $800,000.

Near Infrared imaging (NII) is on the road to causing a paradigm shift in medical imaging. NII’s mandate is to offer the highest quality non-contact, non-invasive, non-radiation, and light-based products at a price affordable to the worldwide community.

Near Infrared Imaging has been accumulating technologies, developing new products, and funding research since 2009.

  • NII is owned in part by the Regents of the University of California (UC).
  • NII is owned in part by the City University of New York (CUNY).
  • NII is owned in part by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).

AVAILABLE TODAY

NII has recently released the Vein-Eye™ vein illumination camera for the detecting of small cancers below the skin and the illumination of veins for vein punctures. Puncturing a vein is always a risky and difficult procedure, but when the patient is very sick, aged, young, or has dark skin color, it is paramount that the veins are illuminated.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDjPYyO8L0g&feature=youtu.be

AVAILABLE IN 2015 AND 2016

NII is completing our “multi-modality” vein recognition biometrics camera. Biometrics is slated to be a $24B industry over the next few years. The NII solution will provide a quick, easy, non-contact image of the individual’s veins in their fingers and palm for secure identification.

NII has begun the development of our patented Optical Ultrasound Tomography™ (OUT) medical camera. The OUT camera will detect and isolate bleeding in the brain in real-time, non-invasively, without contact, and without radiation. The handheld OUT camera will transmit the images to a waiting neurosurgeon or hospital and be available in ambulances worldwide.

Contact Information:

Michael Feeney
Mikhail Fridberg

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