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WORLDWIDE BACTERIA MAP

THE.WAVE.TALK

Building The Atlas of Bacteria
FOODBORNE DISEASE causes suffering of 100 million people and deaths of 100 thousand people every year. In US alone, 48 million people suffer and thousands of people die from it.
CURRENT METHOD for bacteriological analysis requires an expert collecting samples and culture it or use expensive precision equipments that takes hours or days.
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P R O D U C T

TWIS

Total Wave Inspection System can detect and monitor micro-organisms (even as small as bacteria) in real-time. The quantified data is sent to any personnel for inspection and to database for big data analysis.

SENS.Dr

Sense and Drain System monitors and drains contaminated water to maintain completely germ-free condition during water treatment process.

SENS.AI

Sense and Analysis System analyses the accumulated data sent from TWIS to ultimately create the first bacteria atlas.

F E A T U R E S

REAL-TIME
less than a second

COST-EFFECTIVE
5% less cost

CONVENIENT
from compact to large sizes
& readily deployed within existing operations

WHOLE INSPECTION
1 bacteria per 1 ml

P R E S S

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Grand Prize @ Beyond Tips

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The.Wave.Talk just won the grand prize at beyond tips for being the best innovative company of 4th Industrial Revolution. Our happy ceo, YoungDug Kim, gave the groundbreaking solution to bacterial...

MOU with IBM

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The.Wave.Talk signed MOU with IBM Korea, the multinational technology company. Together IBM, we will make a consortium with an engineering company and a network company to (1) sense bacterial contamination,...

[SBS LifeEconomy] How to keep your health from bacterial infection

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420,000 people die of food-borne disease per year. Moreover, 10 million people will die of antimicrobial resistance by 2050. It’s all about bacteria. It is the origin of life and…

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