B SECUR ECG algorithms and electrode design services


From: B Secur


HeartKey is a powerful and accurate set of ECG algorithms, ready for integration into the next generation low power low memory consumer / IoT & medical devices such as smartwatches, smart clothing, medical, automotive, smart home devices and hand-held devices. HeartKey is comprised of advanced features around user ID, wellness and health. It was developed by in-house experts after years of research, this unique set of algorithms include FDA-cleared Arrhythmia Analysis. Check out the full list of HeartKey set of algorithms here:

The combination of HeartKey® and TI’s AFE4950 enables device manufacturers and partners around the world to eliminate months of R&D with a fully-integrated sensor, electrical and signal processing solution. The integration provides high-performing sensing capabilities for wearable devices such as premium smartwatches and Wi-Fi-connected optical heart-rate monitors, and enables advanced features for identification, wellness and health monitoring in Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

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Driver or library

BSECUR-3P-ALGORITHMS B Secur ECG alogrithms and electrode design

Supported products & hardware

Supported products & hardware

Biosensing AFEs
AFE4500 Integrated analog front end (AFE) for bioimpedance analysis and electrical and optical biosensing AFE4950 Ultra-small integrated AFE for wearable optical heart-rate monitoring and SpO2 AFE49I30 Ultra-low-power integrated AFE for wearable optical biosensing with FIFO, I2C and ECG
Evaluation board
AFE4950EVM AFE4950 evaluation module for ultra-small integrated AFE for wearable optical heart-rate monitoring

Support & training

Third-party support
TI does not offer ongoing direct design support for this software. For support while working through your design, contact B Secur.



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