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Low-Code Smart Healthcare Platform Demonstration Application

by: Spline.ai

The Spline.ai Low-Code Smart Healthcare Platform presented here is a demonstration using pneumonia and COVID-19 deep learning applications. The model is compiled and optimized using the Vitis™ AI software platform to run inference on the Kria™ KV260 starter kit with the Ubuntu 22.04 operating system. This low-code framework is designed to develop applications either as standalone or with a large fleet of Kria K26 SOM-based edge appliances in an AWS IoT Greengrass v2 platform.

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Features:

  • A deep learning model for COVID-19 prediction is trained using 40K+ chest X-ray images from COVID-19 diagnosed patients
  • The deep learning inference of the optimized model is run on the Kria KV260 starter kit with the Ubuntu 22.04 operating system
  • The application can run offline (disconnected from the cloud), on-premise, and when connected to the cloud
  • All inference results are saved in a DynamoDB table when connected to the cloud
  • Multiple edge devices can be deployed to remote locations with image data transferred via AWS S3 storage
  • Device health monitoring can be performed using AWS Fleet Hub
  • Additional AWS resources such as SageMaker, Data Lake, CloudWatch, and many others can be integrated to suit application requirements
  • Low-code enables rapid development and modification of other applications
  • This platform can be extended to other cloud services based on customer requests

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Spline.ai Smart Healthcare Platform

The Spline.ai Smart Healthcare Platform is developed using the Amazon IoT Greengrass v2 platform and the Kria KV260 starter kit as the edge device. A fleet of Kria K26 SOM-based edge appliances can be connected to develop low-latency, low-power, and low-cost IoT applications.

Spline.ai provides a highly scalable development platform that is extremely cost effective and suitable for multiple connected hospitals, ambulances, or hospitals on wheels use cases.

This healthcare platform is designed to enable healthcare professionals to develop a radiology flow that helps improve healthcare diagnostics, monitoring, and tracking applications.

The platform can also be used to develop scalable applications beyond healthcare, such as agricultural, robotics, pollution monitoring, and other industrial applications.

Utilizing Vitis AI Model Zoo, the smart platform can plug in a variety of high-quality deep learning models for rapid development of diverse IoT applications.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, the app does not require any experience in FPGA design.

Customers have the option of procuring a 30-day free evaluation floating license or a node-lock permanent paid license.

Off-the-shelf COVID prediction is available for North America, Europe, and India. Customization options for other countries are available on request.

Yes, provisioning of an edge device fleet is available to manage large deployments of devices across multiple locations.

Processing of image data is secured at the edge device. The security and safety standards supported by the Kria SOM and AWS are leveraged to protect private information and patient data.

The platform can use fine-tuned and re-trained models from Vitis AI Model Zoo or other similar types of models when developing scalable IoT applications. 

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