Our Technology

We provide next generation small-scale radar systems and algorithms.

Future of Smart Sensing

We provide next-generation small-scale radar systems and algorithms. Using our unique radar, algorithmic, machine learning, and system implementation background, we can extract vitals from human bodies. We have capabilities of robust non-contact vital sign sensing, beyond respiration rate and heart rate.

Why choose our technology?

Safe

Perfectly safe, with RF emission 20,000 times lower than smart phones.

Non-contact

Ability to extract vital signs remotely, using proprietary advanced radar signal processing.

Privacy

Preserves privacy, since it requires unique radar signal processing expertise to interpret the data.

Small-scale

Inexpensive low-power small-scale system that can be readily integrated to existing systems.

Multiple vital signs

Ability to extract multiple vital signs, beyond respiration and heart rate.

Lung health

Ability to extract respiration rate and breathing acoustics to assess lung health.

Multiple subjects

Ability to monitor multiple subjects at the same time, on the go.

Sensing in dark

Works in any environment and lighting conditions.

See-through-wall

Ability to extract vitals through-the-wall.

Research

Our peer-reviewed publications on remote vital sign monitoring

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Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems

Remote Sensing for Vital Information Based on Spectral-Domain Harmonic Signatures

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2018 52nd Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers

Direct RF Signal Processing For Heart-Rate Monitoring Using UWB Impulse Radar

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2018 IEEE Radar Conference

Harmonics-based multiple heartbeat detection at equal distance using UWB impulse radar

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2019 IEEE Radar Conference

Is Radar Cardiography (RCG) Possible?

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2020 IEEE Radar Conference

Cardiac Sensing Exploiting an Ultra-Wideband Terahertz Sensing System

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2019 IEEE 8th International Workshop on Computational Advances in Multi-Sensor Adaptive Processing (CAMSAP)

Active Breathing Suppression for Improved Sleep Monitoring Heartbeat Detection Using UWB Radar