Lattice Innovations is a solution design firm that converts technology ideas into readily usable systems.
Based in Delhi, Lattice was founded in September 2014. Since inception, Lattice has designed & developed over 50 technology solutions, and deployed 12 of them in the field.
Lattice’s clients are based in southeast Asia and the United States. They include the World Health Organization, Fortune 50 firms, startups ranging from genomics to public health, 1000+ bed tertiary hospitals, and non-profits.
Lattice gives form to its clients’ technology ideas – partnering with them through all phases of product development – needs assessment, conceptualization, design, prototyping, deployment and scale-up.
In 2015, Lattice received the BIRAC biotechnology ignition grant (BIG) award, for its innovative work in developing affordable tele-ICU solutions. Lattice was judged the best startup in digital health, emergency and critical care at BioAsia 2017. In the same year, it received a SPARSH grant for developing virtual reality based systems for balance disorder rehabilitation. The solution was successfully commercialized in 2021.
Lattice has executed multiple initiatives supported by USAID, a US federal agency that is one of the largest development funding agencies worldwide. Since 2018, Lattice has been a design & development partner for NeoPORT, a project supported by Grand Challenges Canada, the world’s largest funder of innovations that support public health initiatives.
Soura focuses on process-centric design thinking. From 2012 to 2014, Soura led Technology Development & Human Resources at Glocal Healthcare. While at Glocal, Soura started up a 100-bed hospital, ran process improvement programs across 5 hospitals, developed skilling content for frontline health workers, and built India's first clinical decision support system for use by General Practitioners.
His prior work as Director of Clinical Affairs for OmniGuide, Cambridge, MA, included clinical research with international centers of excellence such as MD Anderson (Houston, TX), Mt. Sinai (New York, NY) and Mass General Hospital (Boston, MA). He started his career in the consumer goods space with ITC Limited.
Soura holds a B.Tech (Hons) in Chemical Engineering from IIT Kharagpur, and an MBA (High Honors) from Harvard Business School.
Sahil specializes in biomedical engineering and hardware development. As CTO, he leads the hardware design & development process, and manages a network of over 100 component vendors that feed into Lattice's prototyping activities.
Sahil has developed over a dozen device prototypes, working across industry and academia. He co-founded Delhi Makers, Delhi/ NCR's first maker space, a community with over 200 participants who collaborate on prototyping and "making" articles ranging from usable cardboard furniture to 3D printers. He has worked in orthopedics, diabetes and cardiovascular care, to develop prototypes of portable and wearable devices.
Sahil holds a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Utah, and a Master’s in the same discipline from Cornell University.
Lattice in the News
Why Google is helping an Indian state roll out a ~$300M healthcare project | The Ken | Nov 2022
Audio: Strangers at CAMTech Hack-a-thon Found Lattice Innovations, India’s Design Factory | CAMTech Chats | Feb 2019
A technology design and development company, focusing on healthcare applications | Economic Times | Mar 2017
This $100 CPAP Prototype could save lives in Uganda and India | MedTech Boston | June 2016
Affordable healthcare technologies for rural India | The Hindu | July 2015