AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--International Biomedical (http://www.int-bio.com), a neonatal medical device company, announces its partnership with Angel Eye Camera Systems, LLC, an Arkansas-based company that designs, develops and delivers web-based neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) camera and audio systems.
International Biomedical will serve as the exclusive worldwide distributor of Angel Eye Camera Systems. Angel Eye provides real-time video of hospitalized infants directly to remote families. With Angel Eye, International Biomedical will expand its reach into the neonatal care market. “Angel Eye allows us to provide even more support to families and medical staff when it matters the most. The product’s capabilities ensure a direct connection from day one,” said Greg Will, International Biomedical’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Families unable to stay at the hospital now have the capability to see and interact with their newborn by logging into a secure account page through any Internet-enabled device, including smart phones, tablets or computers. In addition, the system offers direct one-way audio, virtual rounding and educational videos, among other features.
“We are thrilled to partner with International Biomedical. Their expertise in the neonatal market will add another layer to how we provide family-centered care,” said Steve Bethel, President and CEO of Angel Eye Camera Systems.
ABOUT INTERNATIONAL BIOMEDICAL
International Biomedical is an Austin, Texas based company that provides neonatal transport incubators, infant resuscitators, nitric oxide delivery systems and blood chemistry systems to hospitals worldwide. Our passion is to provide innovative products and technologies that meet the needs of even our tiniest customers and their families.
ABOUT ANGEL EYE CAMERA SYSTEMS
Angel Eye Camera Systems, LLC, was founded in 2013 with the support of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) BioVentures. Angel Eye designs, develops and delivers Internet-based camera systems allowing parents and families to see and interact with their baby in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Angel Eye is headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas, with offices in Nashville, Tennessee.