Our first priority is to ensure that our technology meets the standard of approved medical devices. Here, you can find the scientific background and current performance of our vital signs.
Binah.ai’s contactless (rPPG) heart rate measurements were found to be highly correlated with the measurements of the medically approved reference device when tested using Android devices.Read more
Binah.ai’s contactless (rPPG) heart rate measurements were found to be highly correlated with the measurements of the medically approved reference device when tested using iOS devices.Read more
Binah.ai measures blood pressure, oxygen saturation, heart rate, heart rate variability, breathing rate, sympathetic stress, parasympathetic activity, and pulse-respiration quotient (PRQ).
We compare each of Binah.ai’s vital signs results to the measurements of a medically approved device to ensure that Binah.ai’s measurements are accurate and reliable.
Yes, Binah.ai’s contactless vital signs measurement technology works on all skin tones classified by the Fiztpatrick scale. Click here for more details.
Please see our best practices guide for how to take a contactless (rPPG) and contact-based (PPG) measurement here.
Binah SDK runs on multiple platforms, including iOS and Android mobile devices, Windows laptops and desktops, Google Chrome and Safari. Talk to us now to learn more.
Binah SDK does not save images or videos, and Binah.ai does not have access to the measured health data.
Talk to us now to learn more about our SDK and add video-based vital signs measurement to your platform today.