Clinical Decision Support tool for
Remote Patient Monitoring
We convert any consumer wristband into a medical grade device
Why timing matters?
Life has adapted to regular day-night change.
Daily oscillations of hormonal and biological patterns of our body are called circadian rhythms.
Mistiming of lifestyle and body rhythms is no good.
Desynchronization of wake and sleep with sleep hormone melatonin causes tiredness.
Desynchronization of meals and circadian rhythmicity of insulin sensitivity may cause metabolic disorders.
Circadian rhythms are strongly individual.
Recall the morning and evening chronotypes — "larks" and "owls" — who are more productive earlier or later at day.
Optimal performance and health can be achieved if you know your chronotype and sync your lifestyle to your body rhythm.
Clinical biomarker of dynamic stability of circadian rhythm — available via SDK for:
Autocompletion — for sleep diary and questionnaires
Automated session — quality report
Smart scheduling — for Medication adherence
Decision support — precise timing for saliva DLMO (dim-light melatonin onset) test
Clinical Trial Platforms
scientific way to know your body circadian rhythms
Wearable or mobile step counts at morning, noon, and evening tell when you are more active.
AI powered by deep learning neural network technology determines your circadian patterns and chronotype based on your step counts.
Big data (NHANES) provides population baseline to calculate your performance score — to see how optimally your current lifestyles are synchronized with your body circadian rhythms.
SDK and API
for your fitness, wellness, or mindfullness app
Android and iOS
Our SDK is available for both iOS and Android smartphones.
We offer assistance on integration Actogram.ai SDK tools to your product.
Users will be engaged to collect, like, share, and mint badges with generative art based on their fitness data.
We offer support and continuous implementation of new features to our SDK.
Performance score tells what lifestyles are best fit and synchronized with user's individual circadian rhythms.
Backed by science
Using Actogram.ai SDK performance score you can rely on our solid scientific work published in trusted peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Studies on physical activity, back pain, sleep, and mental health will benefit from adding circadian rhythm patterns to monitored biomarkers.
Meet our team
Partnering and business development
Biomedical scientist, Innovation, Biotech, Deep tech, PhD
Chief Data Scientist
© 2022 Actogram.AI
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