SenseMyHeart is a cloud-based service that aims to provide a programmatic interface for the analysis of stress and fatigue through the study of electrocardiogram data. This service is intended for creators and crowd-sourcing and research infrastructures who work to create desktop or mobile applications linked to wearable technology and continuous health monitoring (eg VitalJacket).

In this way, SenseMyHeart attempts to promote interoperability between operating systems and machines that exploit a human machine-to-machine (M2M) sensing platform concept, giving the customer a variety of operations and application scenarios, ranging from analysis to long-term electrocardiograms in the cloud, collaborative stress analyzes in the short term.

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Publications

P. P. d. Silva and J. P. S. Cunha, “SenseMyHeart: A Cloud Service and API for Wearable Heart Monitors,” in the proceedings of 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Milano, Italy, 2015. http://embc.embs.org/2015/

Links: https://www.inesctec.pt/cber/research/bioinstrumentacao/sensemyheart?searchterm=sensemyheart

SenseMyHeart is a cloud-based service that aims at providing a programmatic interface (API) in heart and stress analysis through the study of electrocardiogram (ECG) data. It is directed to developers, research and crowd-sourcing infrastructures that work towards creating desktop or mobile applications linked to wearable technology and continuous health monitoring (e.g. VitalJacket).

Thus, SenseMyHeart tries to promote interoperability between operating systems and machines, offering the client a variety of operations and scenarios of application, ranging from long-term ECG analysis on the cloud, to mobile collaborative short-term stress analysis.

SenseMyHeart Architecture

Links: https://www.inesctec.pt/cber/research/bioinstrumentacao/sensemyheart?searchterm=sensemyheart