Lifebeam is an Israeli innovator in laser-based continuous monitoring applications. The company won the 2011 "Ramon Breakthrough" contest sponsored by Google and the Israeli Ministry of Science and was selected to represent Israel at Singularity University. It was there that the founders and myself connected and started working together. While at SU we worked on a sensor centric e-health platform and over the following years continued and worked on projects in the military and fitness domain.

Titan is a sensor equipped headband for special forces & first responders. It enables remote, continuous physiological monitoring during trainings and operational activities. The system transmits physiological parameters & GPS-based location to a distant Command & Control (C4I) application to detect abnormalities and life-threatening situations such as trauma, loss of consciousness and more.

For the Titan, I architected and developed the remote monitoring system and integration into the C4I systems, the algorithms to detect abnormalities and life-threatening situations and the front-end dashboard.

The server technology is based on a real-time messaging server built in Scala that receives the physiological signal from the field units and processes it. The server then re-publishes a processed signal to a Command & Control display. Front-end dashboards were built using html5 with realtime visualization on top of d3.js

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SMART is a sensor equipped cycling helmet providing real time measurements of heart rate. The information gathered by the sensors appears in real time on a mobile phone, sport watch or a cycling computer via ANT+ or Bluetooth. The SMART was featured on TechCrunch, Engadget, The Next Web, Gizmaz and other media venues.

For the SMART, I prototyped the mobile application and helped defining the communication protocol and behavior.

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