– SmartPhone Video-based Vital Signs Monitoring – Video Camera based Real-time, vital signs measurements using only a smartphone, laptop or tablet camera.

From remote or on-premises. Just by looking at the device’s camera. In less than two minutes.’ vital signs monitoring solutions remove the need for wearables to allow users to take more control of their personal wellbeing just by using a device they already have and constantly use – a smartphone camera.

The unique mix of signal processing and AI technologies allows to deliver consistent, medically-grade accurate results, in under 2 minutes. It delivers the largest set of vital signs available from a single mobile device. By using a video stream taken from the upper cheek area of a person’s face, it offers a unique user experience, making it extremely easy to use, non-invasive and contactless.

It does not need any identifiable personal features such as a person’s eyes or face video to extract the vitals – it detects the presence of a human face, applies face tracking, normalizes illumination and compensates on movement and supports any age, skin color, gender.

It measures –

Heart Rate

Also known as pulse, this is the number of times a person’s heartbeats per minute

Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

The physiological phenomenon of variation in the time interval between heartbeats

Non-contact Video-based rPPG

Remote Photoplethysmographic imaging (rPPG) is a camera-based solution for non-contact cardiovascular monitoring, proven to be as accurate as traditional PPG devices. Our technology measures the changes in red, green, and blue light reflection from the skin, quantifying the contrast between specular reflection and diffused reflection.

Oxygen Saturation

The percentage of oxyhemoglobin (oxygen bound hemoglobin) in the blood’s real-time vital signs monitoring app allows medical staff to easily measure oxygen saturation (SpO2), respiration rate, heart rate and HRV – from remote. These important measurements, in combination with other symptoms – such as fever, coughing or a sore-throat – can greatly aid health professionals in deciding whether a patient should seek further medical attention or, conversely, reduce risking exposure by remaining safely at home.


A person’s respiratory rate is the number of breaths they take per minute

Mental Stress

Based on Baevsky’s and US/European Index level measurements

Blood Pressure
(coming soon)

The pressure of circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels

Contact-based PPG

When conditions are not ideal, also implemented a backup solution that extracts a PPG signal by placing the user’s finger on the back camera of a smartphone. automatically detects when conditions are not ideal for rPPG contact-less extraction and moves to the finger-based extraction.

How ‘’ Technology Works extracts vital signs using a video taken of the upper cheek region of the face, and analyzes this with advanced AI and deep learning algorithms, including computer vision technology and signal processing. No video of the eyes or any other identifiable features are needed, and the subject does not need to remove glasses, a hat, beard, make-up or a mask. In 2 minutes or less, users have access to Heart rate, Heart Rate Variability, Oxygen Saturation, Respiration Rate and Mental Stress.