Dinbeat is a pet centric company. We develop innovatory technology to save animal lives and work passionately to raise social awareness of animal wellbeing, that is everyone’s wellbeing.
At Dinbeat, we know how complicated monitoring an animal’s health can be, because they let us know. That is why we put our entire R&D at the service of the professionals, creating products and services that can provide them with more information in order to react swiftly to any setback and help them to save lives.
No more wires and sedation: here’s Dinbeat UNO
The first multiparameter harness that helps you monitor your patients’ health wirelessly in real time. With this alerts system, you can react immediately if someone needs help.
Developed for use by professional veterinarians.
How does it work? It includes 5 sizes of harness, which allows it to adapt to various sizes of dogs and cats. It incorporates the UNO, (the brain of the system), a small and light multi-parameter monitor and the Temp, (infrared thermometer) that warns of the temperature. These are lightweight, high quality and highly resistant components that achieve comfort for the animal and ease of use for the veterinarian. The HUB (acts as a router) is responsible for collecting the data from the UNO via bluetooth and sends it to the platform, via ethernet cable or Wi-Fi to view it in real time and from anywhere. This allows access to patient data at any time, since the information is stored in the history of the monitored patient. It is a modular system that adapts to any need of the veterinary center or hospital and is making its way into centers around the world.
But development is continuous. This same year, the company plans to launch a line of home device products. It will be high-tech products to improve the quality of life of the animals as well as those responsible for them.
In the same way, the company has Dinbeat Academy, where veterinarians and vet staff can carry out online training, with webinars and courses on different clinical vet topics. The purpose is to maintain updated continuous training, as well as a type of training in accordance with the needs of a current veterinary clinic.