Require physical contact
Use separate wearables
Expensive to implement
Don’t correlate with other use cases
Unique Approach to Vital Sign Tracking
Requires no skin contact
Uses existing dashboard vehicle camera
Compensates for motion/light influences
Continuous analysis from journey start to finish
The Importance of Passenger and Driver Health Monitoring
"Inside the Box"
Driverless cars used to be “only in the movies,” but now they’re becoming a reality. Autonomous car technology is being developed by most major car makers, including Lexus and Mercedes; we’ve even seen Tesla’s driver-less Autopilot system on the roads. Google is developing its autonomous car technology in the wild, and Apple is rumored to be working with BMW on its own automated car.
While the focus of autonomous car development is whether they can confidently drive on streets and highways and not run into black walls at night, several neglected issues are becoming crucial.
Today, if something happens to the driver or passenger, such as a heart attack, the car stops, and someone may help, or the driver takes the passenger directly to the hospital.
In autonomous cars, if the passenger suffers a heart attack, he may reach a very different “final” destination.
Tracking what’s happening inside the car is becoming a serious challenge for the automobile industry.
Heart Rate Monitoring
Heart Rate Variability
What’s the difference between Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability?
Heart rate focuses on the average beats per minute; heart rate variability (HRV) measures the specific changes in time – or variability – between heart beats. The time between beats is measured in milliseconds and is called an “R-R interval” or “inter-beat interval (IBI).”
Four common examples of how HRV monitoring helps in real life:
Binah’s new approach to stress-level detection based on Heart Rate Variability, which is being extracted using a live video feed from the car itself, can measure stress on a daily basis without needing any additional devices or wearables.
The foundation of the technology is based on several medical papers that validated the correlation between HRV and stress measurement.
Binah’s HR monitoring, HRV, and stress measurement tools are available within a single SDK supporting most common operating systems and processing architectures, including all smartphones. It’s also available as a demo app for Android.
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