App allows users to view electrocardiograms on smartphones

ECG signals wirelessly transmitted to an Android mobile phone via a low-power interface.
ECG signals wirelessly transmitted to an Android mobile phone via a low-power interface.
ECG signals wirelessly transmitted to an Android mobile phone via a low-power interface.

Gone are the days when we simply used our mobile phones for calling people – now we can conduct our own ECGs.

We’ve already seen iPhone and Android applications that can create ultrasound images and that measure air pollution. Now tech companies IMEC and the Holst Center, together with TASS software professionals, have released a new heart rate monitoring application.

The IMEC/Holst Center application is designed for Android and it uses small monitoring sensors which are placed on the user’s body. The sensors are connected to a necklace that will wirelessly transmit the heart rate data to your Android phone.

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