Biometric Human Scanning Tools Open World of Uses — From Try-Ons to Telehealth

Have you heard the one about a guy who’s tired of buying clothes that don’t fit and a physiologist studying injuries in Australian rules football who started brainstorming over a bottle of good wine?

OK, maybe not. But it’s how Advanced Human Imaging (AHI) — smartphone-based human scanning technology — was born. It’s a software platform that uses biometrics and smartphones to help a range of businesses from retailers to healthcare platforms to insurance companies tailor programs and services to the precise needs of an individual.

As a bodybuilder in his younger days, Vlado Bosanac used to buy clothes online, hoping to find something that would better fit his shape and size. Nine times out of 10, what arrived didn’t fit, so it went back.