[CES 2020 PREVIEW VIDEO] InfoMining to introduce Hearty Hearty, an AI system that can measure biological signals

2019-12-31, Jane Lee Reporter

With the support from Gyeonggi Content Agency, InfoMining (CEO Lee Jae-yong) will participate in the world's largest technology exhibition CES 2020 opening in Las Vegas on Jan. 7-10 to showcase its ECG, BP, and pulse measuring AI system Hearty Hearty.

With Hearty Hearty, heart diseases detected by 12-lead ECG can be identified in single-lead. Systolic and diastolic BP can be measured without using the cuff. Blood sugar can be measured by simply wearing a band without having to use lancet. Similarly, pulse and oxygen saturation can also be measured by wearing only a band.

In addition, Hearty Hearty is offered for all users at an affordable price. It is designed for personalized health care without difficult function setting. A clinical trial is being conducted at a university hospital in Korea, and this increases reliability.

CEO Lee said, "With Hearty Hearty, the individual's bio signals are monitored 24 hours and raises the work efficiency of the medical staff by predicting emergency situations, thus reducing the walking distance. It provides the opportunity for people to manage their health more effective with the AI service."

InfoMining will also introduce insurance-specific AI services to CES 2020. Currently, the service is being provided for heart patients, but in the future, services for patients of diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and mental illness will also be provided.

Gyeonggi Content Agency is the agency established with the mission to "create future value" by the integration of the contents, people, and technology in Gyeonggi area. G-HUB, Gyeonggi Global Game Center, Gyeonggi Contents Korea Lab, Export Support System, and Gyeonggi Film Commission are part of the team. The CES 2020 SME participation support is one of the contents-based technology companies' export support programs. Companies that are proven to be competitive more than twice are selected for participation.

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