Connect to your newborn child from wherever you are. For bonding and family ties without boundaries. For moms and dads, sibs and extended family and friends.
Safe. Secure. Simple. Privacy by design.
For topclinical and academic hospitals who do scientific research. Our academic software layer opens a world of possibilities for the advancement of science and your research programs.
Video capture. Dataleverage. New algorithms.
Screen2Screen comes with integration capabilities on your existing medical devices and equipment. It allows for augmented services to improve clinical practices.
Together with solid industry partners.
For new hospitals: start here. One package to test and try Screen2Screen in a live clinical setting. Based on your specific use cases for parents, nurses and phycisians, we configure a solution that folds in your practice. Not the other way around.
For advanced novel use cases. With the goal to make scalable applications for the neonatal an pediatric space. It requires multidisciplinary collaboration with hospital, scientific and SMB/industry partners.
NICUs are a highly specialized niche.
The services and products we develop are aimed at NICUs. They can extend across the continuum of care, or expand to adjacent patient groups in the neonatal and pediatric intensive care space.
Neolook Solutions is an independent spin-out of Royal Philips. We position as a Solution Partner in the neonatal and pediatric business eco-system. And we serve customers globally by working closely with local partners.
We like to keep it small and beautiful.
Good news. After a good Q2 with 3 hospital contracts. We are happy to announce another 4 hospital contracts. Two Starter Packages and more striking: two department scale-ups. One for NICU and one for ICU due to Corona/Covid-19. When the work
The Dutch national neonatal landscape is clear and well organized. Each center has it’s specialty research topic. And all specialties needed are divided among the different centers. Building on the Screen2Screen Family platform, the Technical University Eindhoven (TUE) mounted a