MAP Health Watch
Our mission can save lives
MAP is an integrated health service system which main aim is to detect acute cases and the early signs of chronic conditions immediately – moreover, the long-term target is to prevent health and help maintaining longer, active lifestyle with predicting given disorders. To achieve these goals, we have developed a unique medical service and IT system for monitoring the user and analyzing the measured parameters.
Recording vital parameters 24/7
24/7 available medical service system
Detecting trends for maintaining wellbeing
What does MAP measure?
Our developments are focusing on measuring the activity of sympathetic nervous system in order to detect the user’s stress level; hypoglycemic conditions and dehydration.
How does the MAP Health Watcher work?
It is enough to wear the MAP Health Watch continuously to have all your vital parameters recorded. This data is forwarded to our cloud-based servers, where all the computations with rule-based and AI based algorithms are done.
With measuring the vital parameters of the user, we can see the emerging diseases at that early stage when absolutely no symptom appears. This early detection can be dominant in the diagnosis and the treatment.
Our medical team record the medical history and based on this and with the help of the MAP Health Watch, set the user’s personalized thresholds concerning the possible risk factors for the algorithms’ punctual processing.
24/7 monitoring and notifying
It is enough to wear the MAP Health Watch 24/7 to have your vital signs recorded. After transmitting the data into our cloud-based servers, our rule-based and AI-based algorithms analyze it. The results of the analysis are forwarded to the medical contact center, where the medical staff interpret them and notify the user if any harmful condition is detected.
Regular check by our doctors
Our doctors check the user’s vital signs periodically and according to the global picture, they may advise some changes in the user’s lifestyle to maintain his health.
Why is the MAP Health Watch more than a casual smart watch?
ECG before and after cardioversion
Our validation process was conducted at Semmelweis University Heart and Vascular Center. Every patient who took part in our validation on a voluntary basis had atrial fibrillation. We were measuring the patients before and after cardioversion with both the MAP Health Watch and the equipment of the Heart and Vascular Center, furthermore with other experimental equipment.
- Watch Case
- Fall Detection
- Continuous pulse measurement
- Pulse curve measurement (for heart failure detection)
- Skin conductivity measurement (to reveal epilepsy and determine stress level)
- Skin temeperature measurement (to detect infection and inflammation)
- Blood pressure calculation
- Panic button
- Personalized measurement and alarm
- Barometric altimeter
- Software platform/ OS
- Battery (with fully functioning)
MAP Health Watch
41,8mm x 49mm x 13,9mm
Apple Watch 4
44mm x 38mm x 10,7mm
45,7mm x 41,9mm x 12,7mm
38,59mm x 12,2 mm
Android, iOS, Windows
In case our project has risen your attention, we would like to inform you about the following details. We are currently searching for doctors to be part of our research team as a part-time or full-time employee at our center in Budapest. As a medical expert you could help in forming the concept of our algorithms and help in the validation process, too.
We also need support in setting all the user’s personal thresholds. If you have the possibility to take part in the handover, join our medical network in Hungary, where general practitioners and cardiologists provide the screening tests and the calibration of MAP Health Watch.
If you think that our integrated health service system could be useful for some of your patients, please offer our device and service to them. For detailed financial aspects of our proposal, please, contact us.
We are searching for investors and distributors to set up an operation and distribution network for MAP Health Watcher service.
In Hungary, we launch our integrated health service system at the end of May, 2019. If you are interested and would like to get more info, you are welcomed at our office (20 Tímár Str., Budapest, H-1034) at a previously arranged date.
Robert Fulop, MD
+36 30 999 7709
+36 30 464 7996