Apolo D SmartCheck AI

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Rapid Screening System
Assisting in Combating COVID-19

The APOLO D SmartCheck AI rapid screening system was developed to perform chest X-ray examinations in order to identify traces of pulmonary infections that is a characteristic of COVID-19 disease.
Equipment that requires reduced space for installation (10ft x 10ft) and can be installed in easily accessible public places. The APOLO D SmartCheck AI cabin is designed in a way that allows easy relocation. The walls and structure of the cabin is easy to assemble and dismantle, allowing easy transport and relocation of the unit.

  • Reduce the overload of hospitals and health units caused by patients seeking diagnosis;
  • Assistance in the rapid screening of people who may be infected;
  • Monitoring the progression of symptoms of individuals at a distance;
  • Assistance in making treatment decisions before the condition worsens;
  • Protection of professionals involved in the diagnosis of COVID-19;
  • Assistance in managing restrictive policies






Operational effectiveness
performing up to
400 exams
per day 




Easy diagnosis
and Artificial Intelligence

With a high-resolution digital detector and additional AI (artificial intelligence*) functionality, the equipment indicates the extent of abnormalities related to lung infection (pneumonia) by displaying it through a heat map that will quantify the percentage of the lungs affected.

* The license to use the artificial intelligence service is associated with the existence of maintenance contracts for the solution.



Possibility of remote diagnosis

The Apolo D Smartcheck AI equipment can be networked to transmit images to a remote diagnostic center, what it is ideal for isolated areas and with limited specialized labor.






The Apolo D SmartCheck AI is equipped with special UV-C lamp that automatically disinfects the cabinet after finishing the scan. This process takes up to 2 minutes.



Safe Operation

The entire positioning process is carried out using remote communication, via CCTV and microphone, reducing the risk of direct contact with the patient. The operator does not need to enter the interior of the shield cabin to position the equipment and the patient.

  • Cities, large centers or neighborhoods with little infrastructure for diagnosis;
  • Health units that need equipment for rapid diagnosis (UPAs, field/temporary hospitals, rural hospitals and etc.);
  • Places where the population has limited movement and high risk of infection (prisons);
  • Places without infrastructure where there is a shortage of rapid diagnostics;


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