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Jumptuit Health

Jumptuit Health’s (J2T-H) mission is to protect the individual health and wellbeing of every employee in an organization, and improve public health and safety in harmony with the environment.


J2T-H provides AI-powered geolocation forecasts of environmental exposures, viruses and diseases in relation to an individual's health attributes and behaviors in order to avoid, circumvent, or bypass potentially unhealthy or dangerous scenarios. J2T-H tracks atmospheric conditions, viruses that are airborne, vector-borne, and direct-contact transmitted, and diseases that are caused by polluted air as well as contaminated water and food sources.


Jumptuit’s Event Genesis Intelligence (EGI) identifies the time and place of future events and generates adaptive scenario forecasting based on continuous analyses of Real-Time-Cross-Spectrum-Data (RTCSD) captured via Jumptuit’s Global Data Nets (GDNs).


J2T-H forecasts co-exposures encompassing interactions in the physical environment and their potential impact on an individual’s health and safety, including Air Quality Index (AQI), Particulate Matter (PM2.5), Hectopascal (Barometric) Pressure (hPa), Heat Index, UV Index, Altitude, Temperature, Humidity, Ozone (O3), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), etc., as well as the spread of infectious diseases (e.g., the Common Cold, Covid, Hepatitis, HIV, Influenza, Malaria, Pneumonia, RSV, Tuberculosis, and Typhoid).


Based on geo-temporal forecasts and analyses of trending symptoms and reported cases of viruses, diseases, severe illnesses, and deaths, J2T-H notifies individuals who are at moderate-to-high risk or in risk-identified groups to consider whether to modify their behavior, including whether to engage in certain activities or travel to certain destinations.


J2T-H analyzes how an individual’s health attributes may be affected by these forecasted exposures. J2T-H AI-powered environmental exposure forecasts generate Respiratory, Cardiovascular, and Cerebral Alerts and Notifications based on an individual’s attributes and behaviors.


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