cosinuss One & algorithms
Highly precise sensor to continuously monitor several vital signs (heart rate, core body temperature, respiration rate) and other parameters (pulse wave, heart rate variability, rr-intervals, 3D acceleration, steps, step patterns) during work, at sports or at home. Additional algorithms are available to analyze collected data regarding different stress parameters, recovery level, fatique, mental health, early warning score and other.
Purpose of product
1. To serve as a reliable source for high precision, relevant data from the user.
2. Algorithms: To help create new insights relevant to the individual.
Rehabilitation experts, physicians, provider of telemedical solutions, physiotherapists, carers.
Impact for citizen
Solutions can be individualized to the actual situation of the respective citizen. Patient centric care will be possible based on the feedback data from the patient.
Impact for staff
mHealth and telemedical solutions gain in relevance by being able to customize care/solution to each patient/user. Carers save time in data collection that they can use for caring.
In making mHealth, telemedical and remote monitoring more relevant, enormous cost savings can be realized. Different types of business cases are possible for this opportunity:
1. mHealth, telemedical solution or remote patient monitoring provider buy the sensor technology and algorithms and integrate it into their solution. Based on the improved solution they are able to charge a higher price from their customers.
2. mHealth and telemedical solutions provider can recommend the sensor technology to their customers. User buy the device, solution provider integrate algorithms.
Cost of product
cosinuss° One: €129 incl VAT, algorithms depending on project.
Life expectancy of product
Approx. 2-3 years.
Other costs of acquisition and setup
Expected annual costs (Service costs and other fees)
Is the product for personal use or can it be used by (how) many people?
cosinuss° One can be desinfected to be used by several people one after the other.
Is the product intended for training purposes?
How much time is needed for the user or staff to get to know how to use of the product?
Has the product been presented before at other exhibitions or venues?
Experiences from practice (examples)
- Fatigue monitoring of drivers, pilots
- Temperature monitoring of firefighters
- Triage system evaluation based on early warning score
- Temperature monitoring of Olympic walkers
- Health monitoring of Formula 1 racers
- Recovery evaluation of performance sailors
- Heart rate monitoring of performance triathletes .
Assistive Technology; Care and Health Issues; Health and function; Hospital-based Rehabilitation; Home-based Rehabilitation; Medical Rehabilitation; Mental Health Migration; Recovery; Rehabilitation in Research and Education; ; Sport and Recreation; Technology and Accessibility; Telerehabilitation; Work and Employment.