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Your health, ready to wear
What is Heremos
HEREMOS is a wearable health monitoring system that enables continuous, real-time detection, storage, and interpretation of vital physiologic parameters. As delivery of health care continues to focus on wellness solutions beyond healthcare facilities, our technology brings the comprehensive monitoring found in hospital rooms to the comfort of one’s home. HEREMOS empowers patients, and caregivers alike, with seamless health surveillance that fits into their daily activities and lifestyle.
Relatives, caregivers and health care providers - Stay connected to the ones you care for with HEREMOS!
Continuous feedback on the health status of the patient. Specific alerts allow for a prompt intervention if necessary.
How it works
Heremos is based on an innovative wireless sensor system for the continuous monitoring of specific vital parameters. Positioned in t-shirt, a glove or a belt, the HEREMOS sensors are easy and comfortable to wear. Specific algorithms constantly analyse the measured biometric values, extrapolating predictive indices specific to individual patients and creates personalized alerts. HEREMOS can learn patterns that may predict adverse events and notify the appropriate health care providers and medical services.
The Heremos sensors monitor: heart rate, respiratory rate, body temperature, arterial pressure, galvanic skin response (sweat), respiratory volumes, blood oxygen saturation.
The clinical picture of the patient is more complete and updated thanks to the information provided by the data analysed and archived by HEREMOS.
Clinical data storage on a blockchain database.
The data are safe and immutable despite being extremely sharable.
Thanks to our access management system users have access to the patient data of interest in compliance with security and privacy standards
The clinical data of each patient is stored in a Big Data database integrated with Blockchain technology, to ensure data security and inviolability of. Through specific algorithms for the analysis of acquired data it is possible to extrapolate predictive models and indices to allow a prompt evaluation of the patient's health status.
Always by your side
There is a growing demand for a better healthcare to support chronic and geriatric patients: HEREMOS is the answer. The system can also be used in non-medical areas, such as in occupational safety for workers in high risk industries.
Monitoring of patients in pain therapy
Monitoring of patients in post-operative rehabilitation
Monitoring of elderly / domiciled patients
Research data repository
Prevention of work accidents
Workers in high risk industries
A story Made in Italy
Giulia Di Tomaso, a biomedical engineer, and Alessandro Di Tomaso, a Big Data expert, conceived Heremos in collaboration with researchers and clinical staff at the Campus Bio-Medico of Rome. Heremos has been awarded a grant from Lazio Region through the POR FESR LIFE 2020 Call, and has won first prize at the Boost Your Ideas Competition. He has received funding from INVITALIA through the Smart&Start Italian initiative.
Giulia Di Tomaso
Born in Rome, Giulia graduated in 2009 in Engineering with Business and Finance from University College London in conjunction with the London School of Economics. In 2014 she received a doctorate in Biomechanical Engineering from University College London, developing mathematical and computational models in the cardiovascular field. During her doctorate she had her first entrepreneurial adventure, creating together with her brother and a group of friends a web and mobile application for event management, nowadays used in Europe and overseas. In 2016 she obtained an appointment as Postdoctoral Fellow at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in New York, where she worked on the development of monitoring sensors and data analysis algorithms for use in emergency medicine. She is currently involved in projects on eHealth, Blockchain and security in Italy and the United States.
Alessandro Di Tomaso
Big Data Expert
Founded his first venture in 2004, a production house for photographic services in the fashion and advertising industries after receiving funding from SVILUPPO ITALIA for youth entrepreneurship. Always looking for new challenges, he developed a relevant experience in the photovoltaic and hydroelectric sectors, with a particular interest in authorization management and fund-raising activities. Thanks to his experience in the advertising industry in 2012 developed an event management application together with his sister Giulia. From 2012 to 2019 has been project manager in RDSLab, a Big Data and Security company, in charge of R&D projects, where he developed a strong experience in Big Data and ICT.
Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma
Emiliano, a full professor at Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, earned his doctorate in biomedical engineering from the same institution in 2009. Since 2010, he has been a visiting professor at several prestigious universities and research institutions (City of Hope Medical Center, California-USA, Technion Israeli Institute of Technology, Haifa-Israel and the Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul-South Korea). From 2018 to 2022, he served as chair of the IEEE Sensors Council's Italian Chapter. His primary scientific interests are in the design of wearable devices for monitoring physiological parameters, the application of fiber-optic sensors in the medical field, and laser ablation for tumor removal.
Luca is an Associate Professor at Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. He obtained a master's degree in Telecommunications Engineering and a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Automation from the University of Naples, Federico II (2001 and 2005, respectively). His research interests include low-power wearable communication system design and optimization, network infrastructure configuration and management, and signal processing.
Massimiliano has been an associate professor at Campus Bio-medico University of Rome since 2007. He teaches Anesthesia, Resuscitation, Intensive Care, Pain Medicine, and Emergency Medicine. He received his PhD from the University of Navarra in 1994. Since 2002, he has been a member of the Hospital Infections Committee, and since 2016, he has been the Chair of the Pain-Free Hospital Committee at the Hospital of Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. His research interests are on the development of innovative devices for various applications, which include, monitoring pressures exerted during laryngoscope use, and monitoring vital parameters of critical patients. He has been involved in many national and international research projects as Principal Investigator.
Giulia Di Tomaso
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