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CardioID’s breakthrough technology leverages state-of-the-art biomedical knowledge related to the electrical activity of the heart, sizing up cardiac conditions for safety, security and personalization in everyday life activities. The exact same concepts used in medicine are explored to prevent drowsiness, fatigue, stress, or cardiac pathologies.

We bring a deep knowledge in applied research and development in the fields of Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning, as a spin-off of Instituto Superior Tecnico (University of Lisbon). To meet the expectations of our customers, we continuously expand our knowledge through collaborative work with other reputable organizations and stakeholders, giving rise to products and solutions tailor-made for each situation.

Projects for R&D&I



This project is cofinanced by Portugal 2020, under the COMPETE 2020 and Lisboa 2020 programs, and a collaboration between academic and industry entities, where CardioID took the role of project leader.

The CardioLeather consortium aims to produce electrically‐conductive leather with an embedded system for acquiring and processing physiological signals, to be applied to steering wheels and other vehicle interior surfaces, allowing non‐intrusive monitoring of the users’ identity, health, and well‐being.

Read the full project datasheet (in Portuguese) here.

A project financed by the Horizon 2020 Program, aiming to create a platform to define, develop, test, and validate the concept of a Safety Tolerance Zone to prevent drivers from exceeding driving limits, mitigating risks in real time and after the trip.

The acronym “i-DREAMS” stands for “Intelligent Driver Assessment and Monitoring System and the Road Environment”. The i-DREAMS consortium is composed of 13 partners, researchers and companies, from 8 European countries.

CardioID is the technology provider, responsible for all the devices that monitor the driver’s psychophysiological state and correlates it with external factors at play, aiming to identify the safety tolerance zone of each driver.

Funded by Portugal 2020 Program, Generation.Mobi was a research, development, and validation project for a new mobility management system. It was based on the concept of a social network of interactive bicycles, interoperable with the city’s ecosystem.

The project was developed in multiple innovation lines, in particular related to heart signal acquisition applied to bicycle components, in high noise scenarios. The project addressed a set of societal challenges within the framework of the European Horizon 2020 strategy.

Read the full project datasheet (in Portuguese) here.

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