App developed by Singapore start-up Nervote can check vital signs such as heart rate, oxygen levels and respiration rate
Smartphone app developed by Singapore start-up Nervote can check vital signs such as heart rate, oxygen levels, respiration rate, and even stress levels using artificial intelligence-based technology. The Nervote app uses remote photo plethysmography (rPPG) and AI to capture and analyse
A London-based Biometric firm launches live testing of COVID-19 passport, with the hopes that it will accelerate returning things back to ‘normal’. The digital passport, jointly developed by Mvine and iProov, proves immunity status without disclosing the user’s identity. Given the challenges
Stockholm, Sweden-based telemedicine app company Kry has launched a video consultation platform in the U.S., marking the firm’s first expansion beyond Europe. Founded in 2014, KRY allows you to consult a qualified health professional within minutes, via your smartphone or tablet.
Researchers from the Binghamton University, State University of New York, have developed new electronics with the aim of long term monitoring of wounds on patients. Next generation wound care technology capable of physiological surveillance which can diagnose wound parameters, treat
Augmented reality (AR) has evolved over the past few years to become an instrumental tool in the success of many tech-forward industries. Those who choose to adopt AR technology, whether business or individual, are recognising its many benefits. In this