Near Infrared Imaging, Inc.
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).
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.
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.