David Maman

Problem Tech Solves

Remote patient monitoring has the potential to transform the healthcare system. Aside from enabling patients to receive quality care from the comfort of their homes, remote patient monitoring can free up space in medical facilities, significantly reduce healthcare costs, democratize care, and improve primary and preventive care. However, to deliver on the promise of better, cheaper, and more efficient healthcare, remote patient monitoring needs to be easy, accessible and affordable.’s software-only solution removes the friction involved in wearables (usability, maintenance, costs, upgrades, availability, ease of use, seamless integration with electronic health records), and extends quality care to the 5 billion people using smartphones, tablets and PCs worldwide, thus enabling healthcare providers to reap the full range of benefits offered by remote patient monitoring. Using, medical professionals can extract real-time blood pressure, heart rate, heart rate variability, oxygen saturation, respiration rate and stress levels just by having patients look at the camera of a smartphone, tablet or pc. By providing healthcare professionals with a tool to monitor patients outside of medical facilities, helps medical professionals strengthen relationships with patients and treat them from the comfort of their own homes. Equipped with’s technology, providers can enable patients with chronic and acute illnesses to receive quality healthcare at the time and place of their choice.

Tech Brief offers an AI-powered, video-based solution that transforms any smartphone, tablet or laptop into a health and wellness monitoring tool. Applying a unique mix of signal processing and AI technologies, including machine vision, machine learning and deep learning,’s technology allows users to measure vital signs in approximately one minute, just by looking at the device’s camera. Eliminating the need for wearables,’s breakthrough technology is the first to enable non-invasive, contactless health monitoring in a user-friendly, affordable, and easily accessible manner. The technology works by analyzing a video stream of the user’s face to detect changes in light reflected off of blood vessels. Red, green and blue light variations are used to calculate vital signs such as: heart rate, heart rate variability, oxygen saturation, respiration rate, stress levels and soon blood pressure (Q3/ 2021). The technology detects the presence of a human face, applies face tracking, normalizes illumination, compensates on movement and supports any skin color and gender.’s solution is delivered in two forms: an easy-to-integrate Software Development Kit (SDK) or a ready-to-use app, equipped with a SaaS-based management platform, that requires no integration. To make keeping track of health easy, the solution also provides measurements history and trends and comprehensive management dashboards. Binah SDK supports iOS and Android devices, Windows 10 laptops and desktops and soon, web browsers – allowing end-users to enjoy technology without downloading a 3rd party app.’s technology runs on the device and doesn't require internet connection, making it accessible anytime, anywhere.

Tech Differentiators’ vital signs monitoring solution removes the need for wearables and allows users to take control of their wellbeing through the camera of a device they already have, making it unique in the following ways: Unprecedented speed and ease of use- provides an excellent user experience and renders vital sign monitoring non-invasive and contactless. Users can extract vital signs measurements in approximately one minute, just by looking at the front- facing camera of a smartphone, tablet or laptop camera. 100% software-based- removes wearables friction, including costs, maintenance, shipping, charging, usability limitation, upgrades, accessibility and more. Seamless integration and delivery- SDK integration in a matter of days or instant access to ready-to-use application Supports all environmental conditions- alternative contact-based (PPG) measurement, with a finger touching the device’s rear camera, may be used when user is in complete darkness Broad, flexible support: Binah SDK supports iOS, Android, Windows, Linux and Mac applications, and soon, on web browsers. No demographic dependencies- Binah’s SDK solely requires a camera feed. The technology does not need any identifiable, personal features (like eyes) and supports any skin color or gender. (no need for age, weight, height to get accurate results) No privacy or data regulation concerns - users may opt to keep all data on their device. Internet connection not required - the entire process runs on the edge. No need to install an application (release Q3/2021) -'s technology can be embedded in webpages.


Before fully onboarding’s solution, our customers conducted rigorous testing and validation of our technology through independent studies during the proof of concept (POC) stage and obtained satisfactory results. In parallel, is constantly undergoing clinical trials in leading hospitals and medical facilities (e.g., Clinimarks) to verify the accuracy of its technology for research and development and medical regulatory approval procedures. will soon publicize trial results.

Why Us’s technology is revolutionizing care and making it accessible anywhere. Transferring costly equipment from medical facilities to mobile devices and enabling medical staff to remotely access patients’ vital signs in real-time, is moving care from the hospital to the home, bringing to healthcare, the benefits e-commerce brought to shopping.

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