Revolutionising Digital Health And Ai

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Revolutionising Digital Health And Ai

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Our Products & Services

Our NervoHealth System

Step 1 : Gather Health Signals

Video Based Vital Signs Scanning

Users perform a quick 45 second facial scan using the smartphone they already own; removing the need for costly wearables. Measurements include Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability, SPO2, Respiration Rate and Stress Levels

Step 2 : Risk Prediction Results Generated

AI Engine generates a risk score based on collected vital signs

Step 3 : Triaging with Concise Dashboards

The dashboard sorts, compiles and displays data in an effective way to enable the administrator to derive actionable insights

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Nervotec is a digital health R&D company based in Singapore. With a rapidly growing global portfolio, Nervotec is proud to be at the forefront of groundbreaking technological advancement, with rPPG (remote photoplethysmography) and AI (artificial intelligence).

Our aim is to make healthcare more accessible through the application of our novel technologies.

We envisioned a way to remotely and efficiently measure a person’s vital signs, so as to provide an accurate wellness indicator-without the need for expensive wearables or access to a medical facility. Our current NervoHealth system is able to do just that.

Our Solutions

How Does It Work

Remote Photoplethysmography (rPPG)

Our computer vision algorithms identifies your face and selects an area of interest. Special algorithms then measure the reflectivity of light from your face to determine your vital signs with high levels of accuracy.

Machine Learning and Deep Learning

Our ML algorithms imitate the workings of the human brain in processing data and creating patterns for use in future decision making. By studying through large amounts of labelled clinical data, our ML can ‘think’ on its own when exposed to similar data and automatically generate actionable insights. Currently, we have an experimental flu predictor that studies the correlation and deviation from healthy vital signs.

Our recent partnerships and accolades

Better Together

We are proud to share with you some of our partners that we are working with in 2021 and beyond, as well as some accolades we have achieved most recently. Amongst them are our partnerships with research institutions, government ministries, and notable clients.

Beyond our wonderful client relationships, we are always looking to partner in a research capacity, collaboration, distributorship, and more. If you are interested in partnering with Nervotec, please get in touch with us below!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Remote photoplethysmography (rPPG) is a contactless optic technique that uses light reflectivity to detect changes in blood volume in the tissue beneath the skin. The vital signs we can gather from this technique include heart rate, heart rate variability, oxygen saturation, respiration rate and stress level.

rPPG and AI technology can be utilized in many different ways, to suit a plethora of industries and to meet specialized industry needs. Our current use cases are in construction for worker compliance and safety, and we are also working on bringing our technology into driver monitoring systems for fatigue detection on the road, insurance underwriting processes, liveness and mask detection for fraud on online payments, chronic illness care, elderly assisted living arrangements and many more.

Our rPPG technology is a product in and of itself, however, coupled with our AI predictive analytics, users can have access to insights from their vital signs through the use of Nervotec's novel Machine Learning and Deep Learning techniques. This enables the users to make sense of their data and make any necessary changes or improvements in wellness habits or in company-wide policies etc.

Nervotec has a ready-to-deploy solution,  named the NervoHealth platform. This is an integrated platform with predictive AI to give actionable insights. The solution can be tailored to the clients' unique needs, please contact us through the contact form below to start a conversation.

We currently operate on a B2B model and do not offer the app for individual use. If you are a part of an organization and want to make your workplace safer with our technology, please ask your HR to get in touch with us and we will be happy to help.

We partnered with NUHS (National University Hospital System) in Singapore, where 3 million patient data sets were collected. We use this data to train our AI, and hence, do not collect any data from the vital signs scan. We also do not use facial tracking or face recognition software, as our main purpose is to provide vital sign metrics and keep user privacy at a maximum.

Please get in touch with us via our contact form below. We look forward to speaking with you.


e27 – Startup and Tech News

Apart from monitoring vital health signs, Nervotec can also store vaccination and swab tests reports to ensure companies remain compliant to new workplace management measures imposed by authorities

The Straits Times

Ensuring migrant workers are well before they start each work day amid the coronavirus pandemic could be made easier with a smartphone app developed by a Singapore health technology start-up.

Opera News Magazine

Singapore is discussing the mutual recognition of vaccine certificates with other countries, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said, calling it a necessary step towards resuming global travel. Singapore, a regional travel and tourism hub,

South China Morning Post

A Singaporean start-up, Nervotec, has developed a smartphone app that it claims can scan a user’s heart rate, oxygen level, respiration rate and even stress level within 45 seconds. The app is undergoing reviews at Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority.

Nasdaq News

Singapore trials Smartphone app offering mini check-ups. INGAPORE, Feb 24 (Reuters) – Each morning before work at a Singapore construction site, Gunasekar Udayakumar, 41, gets his vital signs checked, without going to a clinic, or even seeing a nurse.

Yahoo News

Singapore trials Smartphone app offering mini check-ups. SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Each morning before work at a Singapore construction site, Gunasekar Udayakumar, 41, gets his vital signs checked, without going to a clinic, or even seeing a nurse.

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Singapore 139951

+65 6776 7819

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