Israeli company can check heart rate with smartphone camera

Vital signs offer medical professionals the first indication of our health and measuring them is essential to assess a person’s wellbeing, hint if there is an underlying disease, and determine if a treatment is effective.

Israel's can capture and extract a person’s vital signs ranging from heart rate, heart rate variability, oxygen saturation and more through the camera of a smartphone, tablet or laptop – all in under a minute.

The company's Health Data Platform is powered by artificial intelligence and is a software-only solution, meaning it requires no additional wearable device or other dedicated hardware. The results are delivered to the user in a simple and accessible digital format. 

“We want to make the world a healthier place,” said the company’s founder and CEO David Maman.