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Man is analyzing AEYE-DS software in use on a computer presenting the fundus images analyzed with the diabetic retinopathy diagnostic result

AEYE Diagnostic Screening (AEYE-DS)

Autonomous Screening for
Diabetic Retinopathy (DR)

The first practical point-of-care screening solution for diabetic retinopathy

AEYE-DS software in use on a computer presenting the fundus images analyzed with the diabetic retinopathy diagnostic result

Compatible Retinal Cameras

AEYE with Aurora

Cost-effective, portable retinal camera with built-in diagnostic screening intelligence

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Portable camera enabling point of screening, anywhere, whether at home or in-clinic


Internet-connected camera automatically processes exams and provide a diagnostic result on the spot

See the AEYE-DS with Aurora in Action

AEYE with Topcon

Robotic tabletop camera for superior ease of use

Topcon NW fundus camera with the AEYE System - AEYE with Topcon NW-400
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Robotic camera automatically captures images 


AI diagnoses images on the spot, with no need for a specialist over read

See the AEYE-DS with Topcon in Action

Advantages of AEYE-DS

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Enables point of care screenings anywhere,  whether at home or in-clinic

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1-minute Screening

Requires only one image per eye; rarely requires dilation;  producing instant diagnosis

Benefits of Point-of-Care Screening

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Dedicated CPT code 92229 for AI diabetic retinopathy screening

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Closes Care Gaps

 Closes the care diabetic eye gap, improving HEDIS scores and and Star ratings

Indications for Use

The AEYE-DS is indicated for use by health care providers to automatically detect more than mild diabetic retinopathy (mtmDR) in adults diagnosed with diabetes who have not been previously diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy. AEYE-DS is indicated for use with the Topcon NW400 camera and the Optomed Aurora camera.

Accuracy & Usability

In an FDA clinical study assessing  the detection of more-than-mild diabetic retinopathy, the AEYE-DS exhibited sensitivity range of 92%-93% and specificity range of 89%-94% when utilizing a single image per eye with the Optomed Aurora camera, and 93% sensitivity and over 91% specificity using one image per eye captured using the Topcon NW400.

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