Wrist-worn platform for ECG, heart rate and temperature monitoring

September 27, 2018 // By Ally Winning
Wrist-worn platform for ECG, heart rate and temperature monitoring
Maxim’s wrist-worn Health Sensor Platform 2.0 (HSP 2.0) is designed to help developers quickly create highly accurate wearable solutions for healthcare monitoring applications.

This next-generation rapid prototyping, evaluation and development platform has the ability to monitor ECG, heart rate and body temperature on wrist-worn wearables, saving development time.

Maxim has designed the device to overcome challenges previously encountered for wearables, including providing an accurate wrist taken ECG measurement, and accurate temperature measurement without a second measurement location.

The HSP 2.0 provides basic functionality out of the box, with body-monitoring measurements starting immediately. Data can be stored on the platform for patient evaluation or streamed to a PC for analysis later. Unlike other wearables, the data measurements collected by the HSP 2.0 can be owned by the wearer, alleviating data privacy concerns and allowing users to conduct their own data analysis. Also, because HSP 2.0 is an open platform, designers can evaluate their own algorithms on the board. In addition, the modular format is future proof to quickly accommodate new sensors over time.

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