Vital parameters monitoring self-built - from the sensor to the presentation on the display of a smartphone
The Remo²hbo (robust and repairable vital signs monitoring) was created by a cooperation of the two Berlin universities HTW and Beuth with the humanitarian aid organization CADUS e.V., as well as the CBMI. The cost-effective open hardware allows the measurement of blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature and oxygen saturation. An ECG can also be derived. At the re;publica19 the team, headed by Prof. Dr. Ing. Krefting, presents the current prototypes in a workshop in order to illustrate the planned fields of application in humanitarian missions to the visitors.