Offers affordable physical therapy.
SWORD Health offers an affordable out-of-pocket option to those who are unemployed or uninsured, or lack access to health care. This year, SWORD launched a pulmonary rehabilitation program, which pairs blood oximeters and activity trackers with a digital therapist, for those who need lung rehabilitation. The program is free to all essential workers. The company claims its “radically transparent culture” makes employees feel like a part of the business.
Provides software and robotics focused on automation for the electronics manufacturing industry.
In May 2020, Bright Machines established the Factory Resiliency Fund to get manufacturers back to work after Covid-19 upended the industry. The program committed $50 million to help manufacturers take advantage of no-upfront-cost automation, typically the major deterrent associated with automation-equipment purchasing. The program also allows customers to defer payments until 2021 and for the first three months after a solution passes the factory-site-acceptance test. The fund helps manufacturers weather future disruptions by future-proofing factory floors with flexible and scalable automation.
Heal brings primary care to people’s homes through technology-empowered primary care framework.
Makes sensors and software to manage commercial fleets and industrial operations.
Trucker ranks at the top of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ list of most dangerous jobs in terms of worker fatalities, and since March, truckers have been tirelessly delivering supplies to hospitals and grocery stores. Samsara recently developed new A.I. safety features for dash cams to ensure drivers make it home safely. The company’s cameras interpret road scenes and driver behavior to detect distracted driving or tailgating, triggering real-time, in-cab alerts. When Covid-19 made New York City commercial ambulance provider SeniorCare EMS busier than ever, the company turned to Samsara’s AI-enabled dash cams.
Senior Shopping Service
Delivers clothing, furniture, electronic, health products, and more to residents in nursing homes around the U.S.
In March, when a local food pantry was able to provide food for only five days because of the increased demand due to Covid-19, Senior Shopping Service set up an extra food pantry in a local laundromat that is still going strong. The company also set up a free shopping day in a local building to provide everything from clothes to toys. Senior Shopping Service contributed $25,000 for this Care and Share program.