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There are 7.2 billion people on our planet. Each of us needs eyes protection. 4.5 billion people require visual correction to see well. Poor vision is the world’s most widespread disability.
 
Our mission is to globalize state-of-the-art DAT technology in order to improve lives by improving sight.
 
Since not everyone has access to good vision, we work on finding new solutions for the 2.5 billion people in the world who are not yet equipped with the vision correction they need. Help us to make a global strategy and a unique growth model based on partnership, innovation and people wellbeing.
 
 

There are 7.2 billion people on our planet.

7.4 Billion

4.2 billion people afe affected by poor vison and need eyeglasse

4.2 Billion

2.5 billion people lach acces to the eyeglasses they need

2.5 Billion

Of the 2.5 billions people in need of eyeglasses, 624 million people are visually impaired

624 Million

Global observances


Global organizations such as International Council of Ophthalmology, American Academy of Ophthalmology, National Center for Biotechnology Information and research done by The Statista Portal prove that many of us suffer from eye deseases or is prone to have such desease. Therefore, it is important to popularize technologies that facilitate the detection of these patients at their early stage and take adequate action to limit the development of these diseases.


Global perspectives, global challanges


Many international institutions, eye specialists and ophthalmology gurus state that using standard equipment are regularly handing out the wrong prescriptions, causing many patients to suffer blurred vision and headaches. Studies and publications also prove that Among them we can refer to


A blurry vision, headaches and vertigo can indicate many different health problems, some of them serious or even life-threatening. Though a new pair of glasses can be suggestive of the source of the problem, it is important to give your doctor a detailed history of your health and chronic conditions so that other serious causes for these symptoms can be considered and ruled out. How to avoid unadjusted or improperly corrected refractive errors?

Answer is quite simple – use DAT devices!

Innovation


Meeting the vision needs of patients should be the heart of the optometric practice.
Good vision is a part of good health. Through integrating both medical and optical aspects optometric practice, the patient shall achieve good health and satisfaction. This is what we belive in ….

This is why we want to DAT optometric practice.


Children


Without glasses, children with poor vision are at a major disadvantage in school because 80% of all learning occurs through vision. Today, a pair of eyeglasses could correct the poor vision of 239 million children. Myopia, or shortsightedness, is commonly diagnosed at 8 to 12 years of age; if current trends continue, an estimated 4.8 billion people, or about half the world’s population, will have myopia by 2050. Research shows that correcting myopia and poor vision with properly prescribed glasses results in a greater impact on academic performance that any other health intervention. In addition, correcting vision has the potential to improve learning environments for all children in the classroom and decrease non-completion rates due to underperformance. School based eye health interventions are a cost-effective approach to identifying children with vision problems.
Therefore, providing DAT tests for schoolage children should be a high-impact educational and economic investment.

National governments should collaborate to fund school eye health initiatives.

Occupations


Good vision is not necessarily a requirement for many occupations, although you can’t deny that it’ll make most jobs easier to do. However, there are also many jobs where perfect vision is essential – and jobs where perfect vision will make working a lot more practical and enjoyable.

Airplane pilots
Firefigher
Defence Force
Surgeons and Paramedics
Air traffic controllers
Drivers
Construction Workers
Lifeguards
Parents
Teachers
Policeman
Soldiers

We don’t let not perfect vision stand
between you and your dream career.

Developing countries


Many developing countries do not have optometry as an established profession. Globally there are more than 625 million people who are blind or vision impaired simply because they don’t have access to an eye examination and correct pair of glasses. If properly equipped, optometrists are the primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who provide comprehensive eye and vision care, which includes refraction and dispensing of spectacles, or contact lenses, detection and management of disease in the eye, and the rehabilitation of eye conditions.

One of our predominant is to equip as many optometrists as possible with DAT technology and help them to serve for comunity.