IoT Technology for Smart Mosquito Control Management to help control mosquito-borne diseases.
World Food Program, MIT Solve program, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Malaria Quest (India Health Fund - TATA Trusts), Marico Innovation Foundation (MIF) Scale-Up program, AI for Humanity (Patrick J. McGovern Foundation), AI for Good award (AWS).
Mosquito-borne diseases like Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya, Zika, etc are posing a great challenge globally to the quality of life and leading to millions of deaths, from 750 Million to 1 Billion disease occurrences annually. These diseases create a strain on the public health system and local economies, with an overall cost of $100 Billion per year. The traditional approach used for the last 100 years is not based on a real-time data-driven analytical approach. A single disease occurrence in a family in developing countries can push them into poverty and disrupt the kids' education. Moskeet will improve the quality of life by reducing the disease burden.
Moskeet is an integrated data platform that provides real-time analytics on mosquito surveillance & control, disease transmission, outbreaks, and hot spots using sensors(IoT) and Artificial Intelligence(AI) technologies. Moskeet integrates all the stakeholders which include governments, citizens, pest management & pesticide companies, hospitals, pharmaceuticals, NGOs, and research agencies.
Governments, organizations, and low-income famiies are scared of the disease threat to their communities and their families. We are engaging the audience by providing real-time and meaningful data. The platform provides recommendations on the control methods, records the interventions, and provides feedback on the interventions. Citizen App enables crowdsourcing of disease and breeding sites data. Awareness messages are also communicated using the citizen app. We are collaborating with mosquito repellant device manufacturers to operate autonomously based on the threat..
Helped health agencies in 5 cities to reduce the mosquito population by 30% (India).
Planning to expand to South Africa, Nigeria, and the Philippines.