Case study: Improving workflow in the hospital wards (including those for COVID-19 patients) thanks to the SiDLY system. A hospital in Nisko.


The hospital did not have a paging system in the wards where COVID-19 patients were present. Thismade it difficult to contact patients and monitor their condition on an ongoing basis. The frequent visits to the wards increased the risk of infection of hospital staff.



Patients received SiDLY wristbands with the function of two-way voice communication, and the staff received a platform that allowed for constant visual monitoring of vital parameters and making voice calls with patients.


“Thanks to the SiDLY system, not only the safety of the patients has increased, but also of the nursing Staff. Nurses don’t have to come into direct contact with the patient to conduct an interview or ask about the patient's needs. (…) the hospital has the ability to increase the hospital's accreditation score by quickly detecting emergencies such as falls. "

Roman Ryznar,
Acting Director of the Independent Public Complex of
Healthcare Institutions in Nisko

The SiDLY system allows you to improve the workflow of hospital wards by:
  • • alerting the staff about the deterioration of the patient's condition, a fall or the patient leaving the hospital,
  • • enabling the patient to call for help and the possibility of conducting a two-way voice conversation (like over the phone),
  • • automation of routine measurements, e.g. pulse and saturation,
  • • providing current information on the patient's condition and the need for intervention or further diagnostics.
Contact us


Agnieszka Staśkiewicz
Director for Telecare Development in local governments
+48 887 770 682
Sidly Ltd. implements a project co-financed from European Funds “Foreign promotion of the Sidly Care multisensory device for remote medical care”
The aim of the project is to increase the competitiveness and visibility of Sidly Ltd. and its innovative product SiDLY Care – a multisensory device for remote medical care in the forms of promotion related to market events specified in the Program for the promotion of the medical equipment industry.
Project value:1 162 350,00 PLN
Co-financing from the European Union: 756 000,00 PLN
Project implementation period: 14.03.2017 – 31.12.2019r

Project goals – to develop a telemedicine prototype system for continuous heart rate monitoring
Project research results will be implemented in the Company’s operations, and the cardiac dysfunction detection system, developed as part of the project, will be introduced to the Company’s offer next to the current product.
project value: – 3 364 840,00 PLN
contribution of European Funds : – – 2 493 088,00 PLN

Website co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Intelligent Development Operational Program 2014-2020, Measure 3.3 “Support for the promotion and internationalization of innovative enterprises”