Theme 1: Lack of Reproducibility in Telehealth solutions

Mobile environments are fundamentally designed to deliver audio-visual signal not biometric measurement(Posture, EKG, Vital sign)

Due to this limitation, existing telehealth solutions provide limited Screening, Prevention and Treatment support.

Theme 2: Ineffective Baseline Data in Digital Healthcare solutions 

When it comes to utilizing data, such as anomaly detection, the algorithms used often rely on generalized baselines. While this broadens their potential applications, it reduces their effectiveness and precision when it comes to an individual's unique health status. Additionally, most remote monitoring systems struggle to provide healthcare professionals with the most accurate representation of a patient's condition beyond basic Vital signs.

Theme 3: Lack of Continuous Monitoring After Emergency Incidents

Most emergency solution are only focused on detection, but the effectiveness of an emergency care not only relies on detection but also monitoring the individual’s status after the incident. This valuable information can aid medical professionals in making informed decisions promptly.

Theme 4: Limited Access to Reliable EKG Testing Outside Medical Environments

Current Digital health solution typically provide only a single-lead EKG monitoring. 6-lead EKG, which provides a higher degree of precision than single-lead EKG is exclusive to controlled medical environments with the supervision of a trained professional. However, to assure higher possibility to detect arrhythmia precise EKG monitoring should be available for long period which can be limited in medical environments.


Bodylog is an advanced monitoring system that tracks various health parameters, including EKG, HRV (Heart Rate Variability), and vital signs. What sets it apart is its ability to categorize these measurements based on the user's posture, providing a holistic view of their health in different positions or situations.

  • Posture Integration : Bodylog not only tracks traditional health metrics like EKG and vital signs but also incorporates posture data. This is crucial because posture can be a significant indicator and influencer of a person's physical and mental health status. Having posture data linked to real-time measurements enhances the accuracy of health status reconstruction.

  • Accuracy : Bodylog places a strong emphasis on measurement accuracy. It achieves this with technical features such as posture adjusted, 6L EKG (which provides more comprehensive EKG data), and strategically placed sensors. This focus on precision ensures that the data collected is reliable for medical staff to make informed decisions.

  • Individualized Baseline : Unlike other systems that rely on generic standards, Bodylog creates personalized baseline data for each user. This approach, using a "Personalized Health Index," recognizes that health is individual and can vary widely among different people. It provides a more tailored and accurate assessment of a user's health.

  • Reproducibility : Bodylog offers medical staff access to comprehensive insights on various aspects of a user's health, including posture, sleep, EKG, HRV, and vital signs. This multifaceted view allows medical professionals to gain a more complete understanding of the user's condition, enabling them to provide better care.

  • Contactless Monitoring : One of the most significant advantages of Bodylog is that it enables accurate health status reconstruction without the need for medical staff to be in direct contact with the user. This contactless monitoring is especially valuable in situations where physical proximity is limited or risky, such as rural settings or during a pandemic.