Watch our webinar to learn:
- Why is real-time wellness data so essential today
- Which industries can benefit from wellness monitoring, and how?
- How to improve customer service using remote wellness monitoring?
- What are the benefits of video-based vital signs monitoring in corporate and personal wellness programs?
- How and what vital signs can Binah.ai collect? Including a demo and delivery models
Empowering customers, employees, and teams to stay on top of their own wellbeing is a true game-changer for today's business world. People are constantly encouraged to be more on top of their own wellbeing, though what tools do they really have to hand for knowing how they are measuring up to the challenge? Health check-ups are lengthy, random, and place a lot of burden on medical services, insurance companies, or employers in general.
Providing an easy tool that allows anyone to monitor real-time, general health status can be a tremendous addition to wellbeing, as well as helping to raise the alarm to health issues ahead of time, for better preventive medicine. Besides empowering users, Binah.ai's remote, video-based vital signs monitoring using just the camera of a mobile device, can tackle the challenges of growing medical costs and lack of medical staff, and give insurers, employers, or any other organization caring for their customers and employees, on-going insight into general health status, at a fraction of the cost, and from anywhere in the world.
Boost wellness with a tool that's already in everyone's pocket
Just by looking at the device's camera
No Wearables Needed
No need to purchase
Easy to Integrate
Available as SDK or end-to-end application platform
Supported by most smartphones, tablets and laptops
Supports any gender and skin color
A cost-effective solution to remote wellness monitoring
Unique Mix of AI
& Signal Processing
Enable users to extract a wide range of vital signs including heart rate, heart rate variability (SDNN and/or RRi raw data), oxygen saturation, respiration rate, mental stress, and soon - blood pressure, from a smartphone, tablet, or laptop camera.