What is ECG?

ECG (also known as EKG) stands for electrocardiogram. It’s a test that measures the electrical activity and rhythm of your heart to show how it is functioning.

Everyone’s cardiac rhythm is completely unique, which makes ECG a powerful metric to determine identity.

ECG sensors are now much smaller, more seamless and more powerful than ever and can be easily integrated into wearables, smart clothing and connected cars.

What We Do

We create unique software solutions that use ECG biometrics for user authentication and beyond, to health and wellness metrics.  

Our solutions are powerful and flexible, using the ECG signal which can be detected at multiple points across the body, such as the fingers, chest or wrist using multiple conductive materials.

We license our ECG algorithms to a range of partners, creating bespoke solutions based on security and health data monitoring. 

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We're transforming how the human body connects to technology, for security and health insights. Discover our leading technology applications

Connected devices

Authentication Products

HeartKey Pro

Our most secure ECG authentication algorithm, this product has multiple applications, including securing automotive vehicles, payments and airport security.

This also has an identification feature allowing it to be used to identify an individual from a group for device personalisation.



A powerful ECG authentication algorithm, optimised to provide on-device authentication for smartwatches and smartwear.

Perfect for logical and physical access control.

B-Secur technology for fitness

Wellness Products


Stress measurements monitor a user’s stress level and alerts the user to take preventative action to improve their stress and overall wellbeing.



Fatigue measurements can be used to alert users and prevent accidents in the both industrial or automotive environments or to maintain a healthy lifestyle.



Heart rate variability (HRV) is the variation in the time interval between heartbeats. One of the most important measures of heart health, HRV fluctuates based on activity and stress levels, as well as factors including poor nutrition and illness.



Heart rate (HR) is measured in beats per minute (BPM). A low HR indicates rest, while a high suggests exercise or exertion. It’s a metric best used during exercise, for training the cardiovascular system or monitoring the dynamic effects of training on the cardiovascular system.

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