About us

We help save human lives.

Saving lives

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Who we are

How is it possible in the XXI century, society's solution for enabling life saving support in accident scenarios is still a mobile phone? Smartphone video streaming allows users to communicate the scene of an accident to a rescuer, but it also limits first responders’ capabilities to utilize both hands uninhibited in response scenarios.

In 2018, our team formed a vision to merge today’s bleeding edge technology with the knowledge of rescue operation professionals around the world.

Thus, Rescue Glass was born — a hands free, self contained smart glasses solution enabling real time medical support in life saving scenarios.

Over the last 2 years, Rescue Glass has evolved through multiple engineering and design iterations. Hundreds of hours of reliability testing paired with domestic and international field trials have brought us to the mass production phase.

Jacek Siewiera

Jacek Siewiera


Marcin Gruchała

Marcin Gruchała


Krzysztof Anuszewski

Krzysztof Anuszewski

Project Manager

Our solution

Our solution

Rescue Glass is a tool designed to guide its user at the scene of a medical emergency by delivering instant instructions from a remotely located paramedic. Rescue Glass reduces the number of avoidable pre-hospital deaths while limiting avertible injuries and disabilities. The goal of Rescue Glass is to support first aid response long before the public system can react.

Operator can pin the place of an accident
The location is sent immediately
The operator is seeing and hearing what the user is seeing and hearing
The user has both hands free andis ready to act
With the support of the operator the user can save lives

Our technology

Tomorrow’s technology is here today
Save lives during the most critical moments of an accident
Professional support
Empowering every day people with expert medical guidance


Today half of the world's population lives in cities. According to the World Health Organization, by the year 2050 two thirds of civilians will live in urban agglomerations. Will it be possible for critical rescue systems to arrive on time?

IMF reports that in the USA alone, the cost of delayed or inadequate aid in crisis situations reached $730 billion USD
1.5 million deaths
Every year, 1.5 million people die from avoidable causes - a population the size of Estonia. This is preventable.
Mortality under 50 years old
Car and industrial accidents are the biggest causes of death for working age people around the world

Problem scope

7.8 billion
Today’s estimated world population (WHO)
10 billion
The estimated world population by 2050 ( WHO)
10 years
In < 10 years, incumbent medical services will be unable to support the growing global needs


Insurance companies
Automotive industry
OH&S of companies

Global market of AED amounted to $3.1 billion USD with a projected CAGR of 9.4% ($6.64 billion USD in 2026)

Automotive industry - according to Goldman Sachs, in 2025 sales of new cars will reach 112 million units.

OH&S - according to Statista.com in 2020 there were 667000 companies with 250+ employees globally


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Frequently asked questions

Rescue Glass automatically activates upon device donning, immediately connecting the user to a remotely located paramedic.

The paramedic receives instant audio / video streaming from the accident scene. As the user’s location is dispatched to an operations center, the remote paramedic leverages Rescue Glass to provide explicit real time medical advice to the user until emergency services arrive.

No, Rescue Glass is a fully autonomous device.

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