Sfera Defence, an expert company in the field of cybersecurity and healthcare, has officially assumed the role of Software House within the Olidata Group.
This step is a tangible sign of the significant investments the Group is making in the security and health sectors. The company’s primary objectives are to research and develop services with high technological value.
In particular, this involves the development of cognitive artificial intelligence models and engineered solutions, trained by technicians and used as specific and customisable cutting-edge open source technologies. The two products Safemind and Takecare embody this vision: Safemind is an integrated platform specialising in the acquisition and analysis of information and the understanding of associated phenomena, while Takecare is an artificial intelligence-based predictive technology for early diagnosis and screening.
The Olidata Group already works with healthcare professionals to develop applications, platforms and tools that meet emerging needs in the field of digital healthcare, and supports them in research. An example of this is the collaboration with the Fondazione Policlinico Universitario Campus Bio-Medico in Rome for the development of predictive technology (based on artificial intelligence) for the diagnosis of lung cancer, which was recently presented.
Research is one of the driving forces behind this company, to which ample space is dedicated to enhance the overall value of the Olidata Group, which enthusiastically welcomes Sfera Defence’s vision and commitment to technological innovation and operational excellence.
Claudia Quadrino, Sole Director of Sfera Defence, says: “We are confident that Software House Sfera Defence will not only establish itself as a benchmark in the industry, but also become a provider of cutting-edge solutions. We are confident that our revolutionary proposals will help define the future of security and healthcare, leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of technological progress”.