Technology

The technology behind Happitech

What’s behind our innovation that supports telehealth and
wellness companies worldwide

Powered by highly accurate AI technology and created through
our expertise and unique knowledge base, Happitech is designed
to support thousands of patients globally.

But how does it all work? With a combination of UX and UI focused design, as well as
expertise in PPG, we’ve created a monitoring tool that goes far beyond anything else on
the market. Fully certified, and ready to use today.

How Happitech works?

Happitech works through the use of scientifically backed and effective monitoring tools that are designed explicitly for the medical community. Utilising our smartphone-based method, accessing reliable, effective and powerful monitoring is easier than ever. Here’s how it’s done:

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Responsible AI

Our expertise in AI and integration means Happitech is an ideal addition to existing smartphone applications, adding medical-grade level monitoring of vital signs to your virtual services.

PPG technology

PhotoPlethysmoGraphy, or PPG is a highly accurate and effective way to measure blood flow based on light level reflected in the blood, allowing Happitech to turn information into data with the use of a single fingertip, and the flashlight provided on any modern smartphone.

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Measuring Heart Rate

Utilising PPG technology, Happitech’s innovative SDK measures and analyses this level of light absorbency, allowing for the quick and easy monitoring of any changes and inconsistencies without the need for patients to leave their own homes.

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Smartphone-Only Technology

Happitech SDK is specifically designed to work as part of a smartphone application, providing a simple but effective way to monitor heart rate in seconds. Utilising the rear camera, our API can accurately measure your heart rate. No gimmicks, add-ons or expensive tech required.

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Hardware-free technology

No need to send additional devices. Integrate vital signs monitoring into your existing mobile apps
Your patients already have smartphones – so
why not choose a service that’s as modern as they are? Utilising their smartphone
camera alone, incredibly accurate medical monitoring is one fingertip away. No
hardware, no long waits, and no costly rollouts

In-app functionality

The technology behind how Happitech monitors heart rate and variability is incredibly
effective. But without great design, our tool wouldn’t be anywhere near as functional,
scalable and valuable to medical professionals and telehealth businesses worldwide.
Here’s how we transform the theory of PPG into practice:

Our in-house team of UX and UI experts have allowed Happitech to be as user-friendly as it is a powerful tool for telehealth companies worldwide. With a focus on ease of use and practical workflows, our SDK slots perfectly into existing app processes, or functions effectively as a solo addition or feature alongside other tools and application services.
Proper finger placement is when the user has placed their finger tip on the camera lens, the rest of the finger could have some overlap on the flash but the focus is on the camera lens.
The flash helps illuminate the finder even if the user finger isn’t placed on the camera.

Happitech relies on user patience to achieve the best possible results. That’s why our technology includes inbuilt visual and vocal cues, providing an extra degree of customer support while also ensuring all monitoring is to the highest possible standard.
Once the measurement process has begun, users will be provided detailed audio feedback to ensure they remain still during the testing period. These audio alerts include the status of the measurement, as well as warnings and notifications of errors if monitoring has been unsuccessful.

As part of our sophisticated SDK, all data is converted into a usable and readable format, to perfectly integrate with existing features within our customer’s own applications and software. This offers medical professionals, telehealth services and health and wellness companies a convenient and practical way to monitor and identify changes in the heart rate. Whether for medical purposes, exercise metrics or anything else in-between.

Happitech utilises a fully-realised SDK – or software development kit – to provide our customers with incredible standards of integration for our technology. That means our tool is designed to work as part of a wider software application, adding additional valuable services to existing offerings. We’re part of the building blocks of what you offer your customers, increasing your value without requiring anything more from your patients.

 

Our in-house team of UX and UI experts have allowed Happitech to be as user-friendly as it is a powerful tool for telehealth companies worldwide. With a focus on ease of use and practical workflows, our SDK slots perfectly into existing app processes, or functions effectively as a solo addition or feature alongside other tools and application services.
Proper finger placement is when the user has placed their finger tip on the camera lens, the rest of the finger could have some overlap on the flash but the focus is on the camera lens.
The flash helps illuminate the finder even if the user finger isn’t placed on the camera.

 

Happitech relies on user patience to achieve the best possible results. That’s why our technology includes inbuilt visual and vocal cues, providing an extra degree of customer support while also ensuring all monitoring is to the highest possible standard.
Once the measurement process has begun, users will be provided detailed audio feedback to ensure they remain still during the testing period. These audio alerts include the status of the measurement, as well as warnings and notifications of errors if monitoring has been unsuccessful.

As part of our sophisticated SDK, all data is converted into a usable and readable format, to perfectly integrate with existing features within our customer’s own applications and software. This offers medical professionals, telehealth services and health and wellness companies a convenient and practical way to monitor and identify changes in the heart rate. Whether for medical purposes, exercise metrics or anything else in-between.

Happitech utilises a fully-realised SDK – or software development kit – to provide our customers with incredible standards of integration for our technology. That means our tool is designed to work as part of a wider software application, adding additional valuable services to existing offerings. We’re part of the building blocks of what you offer your customers, increasing your value without requiring anything more from your patients.

Medical integration in weeks instead of months

No additional hardware required. Our Software Development Kit, (or SDK), is developed
to seamlessly integrate the monitoring of vital signs into existing systems and pathways –
providing additional functionality to existing branded applications or specific system
workflows. Your brand, our technology – working together to get the job done.

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Measurement module using Happitech SDK is part of Telehealth customers app

Data can be sent to the
Telehealth backend

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Dataset is reviewed by
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Atrial Fibrillation Detected

User is advised to contact GP
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Possible Atrial Fibrillation detected

User is advised to measure again at a later time or contact GP
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No Atrial Fibrillation Detected

User receives message that no AF is detected at the present moment

Medical integration in weeks instead of months

No additional hardware required. Our Software Development Kit, (or SDK), is developed
to seamlessly integrate the monitoring of vital signs into existing systems and pathways –
providing additional functionality to existing branded applications or specific system
workflows. Your brand, our technology – working together to get the job done.

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Measurement module using Happitech SDK is part of Telehealth customers app

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Data can be sent to the
Telehealth backend

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Dataset is reviewed by
Telehealth

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High risk AF

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Low risk AF

User receives advice to
visit GP or contact Heart Association
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No risk AF

User receives message that no AF is detected at the present moment

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