What we do
Raymedy was invented by scientists from Soviet Union for cosmonauts who can measure their health. The famous one is the Russian, Dr. Valeri Polyakov. He travelled to the space for several times. In 1994, he made the record that he lived in Mir space station for 437 days. During these days, Dr. Polyakov's health was measured by Raymedy.
After the collapse of Soviet Union, the technology was raised up again by the Dutchman, Mauk den Boer. He introduced the technology in Netherlands. Now, it is widely adopted in the Central Europe.