These Startups are Helping in the Fight Against Coronavirus

Israel-based has been developing ways of measuring vital signs from live or recorded video, and hope to apply that technology to healthcare workers dealing with coronavirus patients via telecommunications. The technology would help patients monitor themselves, and assist doctors in gathering information on the vital signs of patients before seeing them in person. Given coronavirus’ infection rate, giving doctors a chance to vet patients via telecommunications could help reduce the spread and keep healthcare workers safer. According to CEO David Maman,’s technology, using smartphone cameras, can detect heart rate, heart rate variability, respiration, and oxygen saturation in real time.