Compared to traditional wearable devices, FH Vitals™’ contactless solution requires no additional hardware other than existing video cameras on your devices. FH Vitals™ offers a high accurate vital signs measurement with an intuitive operation, and can be used in a wide range of applications due to its flexible integration and adaptability to a variety of external settings.
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Available now: Heart Rate (HR), Heart Rate Variability (HRV), Blood Pressure (BP), and Oxygen Saturation (SpO₂), Respiration Rate (RR), Stress Index (SI).
Coming soon: Atrial fibrillation (AF), Arrhythmia and Sleep Apnea.
On average, measuring your Heart Rate (HR) takes around 6 seconds, while your Heart Rate Variability (HRV), Respiration Rate (RR), Stress Index (SI), Blood Pressure (BP), and Oxygen Saturation (SpO₂) will be displayed consecutively after 34 seconds.
It depends on the processors' power and the camera specifications of the underlying devices. Usually, FH Vitals™ loaded on a handset can only measure one person at a time, while using a tablet can measure up to two people. It all depends on the CPU. In addition, for a typical 8-core ARM configuration (4x A73, 4x A53), FH Vitals™ can process 4 people simultaneously, and up to 6 people with stronger processors.
Depending on the hardware specifications, FH Vitals™ can measure one's vital signs from up to 5 meters away. 2 to 5 meters is typically applied to TV-related devices, although we need to adjust Lens Focus length to a certain proper value (such as 12mm) for this kind of devices.
No, it is not necessary to stare at the camera, but please place your face steady within the detection frame.
According to the Fitzpatrick skin type (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fitzpatrick_scale), FH Vitals™ can support up to type V (If it exceeds type V, the results depend on the surrounding environment).
FH Vitals™ can be used under most well-lit environments (Illuminance ≥ 150lux, Color temperature 3500K-6000K).
|PLATFORM||OS||Android 8.1 (and above)|
iOS 12 (and above)
Windows 10 (and above)
|Chipset||64-bit Exynos 7904 (14 nm)|
|CPU||4x1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 (and above)|
|DISPLAY||Resolution||VGA: 640 x 480 pixels (and above)|
Common specifications now: 1920 x 1080 pixels
|MAIN CAMERA||Auto Aperture||2MP, f/2.0, AF (and above)|
|Video||720p@30fps (and above)|
MTK: i300B MT8362B, i300A MT8362A, i350 MT8365, i500 MT8385, i300PB MT8768WB, i300PA MT8768WA, i500P MT8788, i700P MT8789
Qualcomm: 660, 810, and above
Hisilicon: 3559A, and above
Rockchip: RK3288, RK3399, and above
iOS (12 and above), Android (8.0 and above), Windows, Linux, and embedded systems.
FH Vitals™ SDK uses edge computing for all of our calculations, thus no internet connection is needed.
It is very fast and easy. We have SDK sample codes and user manuals to guide your way through installation.
Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and English.
Windows: DLL and C++ header file (*.h)
Linux (Ubuntu 18.04): so and C++ header file (*.h)
Android 8.1 (and above): AAR file
iOS 12 (and above): ObjC.framework
VGA (640 x 480) is the minimum requirement. Frame Rate at 30 fps is recommended, and the minimum frame rate is 15fps.
For typical 8-core ARM configuration (4x A73, 4x A53), If GPU is available, it will be used during the FD and FR (Face Detection and Face Recognition) processes. NPU is not being used presently.
Yes, FH Vitals™ technology has gone through several IRB-approved clinical trials in six hospitals across multiple departments in Taiwan. The extensive clinical data collected during these trials have enabled FH Vitals™ to integrate doctors’ knowledge into our algorithm calibration measuring at medical-grade accuracy.
FH Vitals™ is currently under application for FDA Class II clearance, which is expected to be approved in 2022.
FH Vitals™ merely displays the data and performs all its calculations on the edge, which alleviates any data privacy and security concerns.
As of now, we have over 80 patents either being granted or under application in Taiwan, the U.S., China, and Europe.