How It Works:
The MAP Health Watcher System
The MAP Health Watch can collect data and send it to your phone independently but without access to the advanced analytics functionality of the MAP Health Service, however, this is only of limited value. In tandem with the clinical-grade sensors in the device, it is the connection to the AI engine and medical support offered by MAP Health Watcher as a paid subscription service that is the truly unique feature of the device.
The basic service is a monthly subscription that allows the data from the MAP Health Watch to be synchronized with our servers and analyzed in real-time to identify the first signs that something could be wrong. Every six months, you will also receive a detailed report on how your vital statistics have changed and what you might need to look out for. Should any potential problem arise, you will be contacted by a member of our specialist team of doctors, who will provide you with a tailored cause of action and recommend you see a physician or go for further tests if necessary.
In addition to receiving health reports via email and accessing them using the MAP Health Watch web interface, the service also allows users to grant access to the data to up to three members of your family and your physician via the MAP Health Watcher app and our web interface. Access can also be granted to emergency services if this is supported in your country or region.
MAP Health Watch
Pulse wave (heart rate, HRV) •
Estimated blood pressure •
Skin temperature •
Electrodermal activity •
ECG (on demand) •
MAP Health Service
• Personal medical profile
• Personalized Identification of risk factors and symptoms
• Monthly health reports compiled by qualified physicians
• Data-driven lifestyle and medical advice
• Emergency detection and response
The MAP Application
- Synchronize data between watch and cloud
- Real-time data and health status
- Access to historical data
- Training mode and daily goals
- Sharing function Firmware updates
Current diagnostic capabilities
Heart problems: Monitors heartbeat rhythmicity and alerts when irregular activity (arrhythmia) starts or when early signs of heart attack (myocardial infarction) is spotted on the electrocardiogram (ECG).
Lung disorders: Monitors the condition of respiratory system and alerts when blood O2 saturation (SpO2) changes due to the appearance or progression of lung diseases, such as pneumonia or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). This function is currently unavailable, but will be implemented later for free.
Infections: Monitors body temperature changes and alerts when febrile conditions (subfebrility, fever) develop due to viral and/or bacterial infections.
Hypo- or hyperthermia: Monitors body temperature and keeps track of daily/monthly body temperature variations and alerts when drastic temperature changes occur (hypo- or hyperthermia).
Stroke: Monitors cardiac activity disturbances such as atrial fibrillation, which can contribute to the development of certain type of strokes (ischemic stroke) and alerts the user when such condition develop and/or persist for longer period of time.
Stress: Monitors indirect markers of mental stress such as elevated heart rate and simultaneously decreased heart rate variability (HRV). Stress-induced sweating is detected by increased level of electrodermal activity (EDA) and corresponding body temperature changes are also tracked.
Dehydration: Monitors indirect indices of body fluid balance such as electrodermal activity (EDA) and heart rate variability (HRV) and alerts when body fluid loss (dehydration) is suspected or warns the user not to forget to drink during a busy day.
Emergencies: The device also makes it possible to detect falls and road accidents as soon as they happen.