Welbi: Watching the heartbeat of seniors living alone by radar

The company V-Sense Medical was founded by the former NASA employee Jeff Nosanov to commercialize a technique that the space agency originally developed for the search for earthquake victims: a special low-energy radar that registers the heart beat of people at some distance can. V-Sense Medical has now reduced this technique to a handy size and thus enabled Welbi , a device that can control the pulse of several people in a room permanently without contact. Welbi is intended to offer single- living seniors more security in medical emergencies and to be realized by means of a kickstarter campaign in which the device can be pre-ordered for 199 dollars.

Tracy

Tracy

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