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Since its beginning, Hi is committed with innovation. Proving that, we won many awards and the confidence of relevante Brazilian institutions, such as Finep, Sebrae, CNPq, TECPAR and Intec.
Our Milli is the first pulse oximeter that joins humanization and technological innovation. This is one more step of Hi Technologies in the walking to become a global reference in telemedicine solutions and electromedical devices.
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Wheel the World joins Plug and Play Travel & Hospitality’s portfolio
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Strap Technologies wants to replace cane with handsfree device for blind people
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