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RAMMS is a first step in building medical devices, using the combination of data & the internet, to build a device which is truly lifesaving. Our lifestyle is accepting stress as an automatic feature of life and dealing with it using a combination of physical and mental strength being facilitated, using diverse practises such as medication, meditation and exercise. Given that stress is an automatic feature, we felt the need to build an automated simplistic device, that would work with minimal invasion, but maximum effectiveness. RAMMS – RamCharan Advanced Medical Monitoring Systems has finalised the design and built the first such device, from our shelves where we look at potential cardiac patients & how to give them an additional four hours to beat that one significant attack, that could be debilitating.
Introduction & Past Usage: The Heart Rate Monitoring system is developed using IOT technology with an objective of detecting the heart beat of the patient in order to monitor the risk of heart attack and also the regular checkup. Body health monitoring is very important to us to make sure our health is in excellent condition. One of the vital parameter for this device under consideration is the heart rate (HR). In a new project we describe the design of low cost heart rate monitoring device from fingertips based on the Bluetooth technology. The entire system is comprised of several parts such as Heart Rate module, Android application and Bluetooth module. The Heart Rate (HR) module picks up heart rate signal by a non-invasive technique (Photoplethysmography) from the subject (The result from this device prototype can be utilized for various clinical investigations, indeed these Bluetooth’s signal can be transmitted between 15 to 20 meters radius.
PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAPHY: Photoplethysmography (PPG) is a low cost optical technique that is able to detect volumetric changes in blood flowing through capillaries from the skin surface. Photoplethysmography was developed in the late 1800s where scientists observed real-time blood flow using light bulbs With advancement in technology, PPG developments now focus on consumer applications using wearable devices. These wearable devices are usually connected to a peripheral device to interpret the results obtained. Today, those peripheral devices have been replaced by smart phones to deliver data to consumers in a user friendly manner. Interfacing with smart phones is done using Bluetooth technology. Bluetooth is a low power consuming wireless communication technology that enables users to connect, transfer, and receive data over the air between two compatible devices.
These days we see an increased number of heart disease and heart attack. The sensor is interfaced to a microcontroller that allows checking heart rate readings ad transmitting them over internet. The user may Set the level of heartbeat limit. After setting these limits, the system starts monitoring and as soon as patient heartbeat goes above a certain limit, the system sends an alert to the controller which then transmits this over the internet and alerts the doctors as well as concerned users. Also, the system alerts for lower heartbeats. Thus, concerned patients may monitor heart rate as well get an alert of heart attack to the patient immediately from anywhere and the person can be saved on time.
PULSE SENSOR: It is an Open-Source heart rate monitor which considered as a PPG device used to monitor the non-invasive heart rate. It measures the realtime heart beats and calculates BPM with the aid of algorithms implemented by Arduino. The normal operating voltage is +5V or +3.3V and current consumption of 4mA. The sensor has two sides, one side consists of an LED with an ambient light sensor and the other side contains circuitry which amplifies the signals and filters the noise.
The device would be planted within the patient’s artery, in a similar manner as planting a stent. The advantage of the device would be –
It will monitor blood flows, and regular the consistency of blood using manual intervention of triggering a warning to use thinners.
The device can also release pre-planted thinners in a limited format, as a life saving measure. Both these devices will give the user a four-hour time, to reach medical care or their cardiologist
NAVITAS – to be launched for sale to Governments, but with immense potential and demonstrated performance to ensure that resources available to Governments, are optimally utilised and the tax payers money is used to the fullest, to ensure maximum output for every individual. While this sounds abstract, this product has the ability to immediately improve the lifestyle & cost of living, in every demographic in a country.
Both these products are built on the core platforms with Ram Charan – Entity 1, of data & electricity and delivered with a precise engineering technology. We are looking at building quiet, efficient brands, and believe that these products would be launched through fully owned subsidiaries, created from scratch in the next year. Both these subsidiaries would have the opportunity to go public, at exchanges in New York, London & in India, by 2025, to unlock value for the initial investors.
A Data Algorithm, Designed to check for Bottlenecks and present the best data based solution for de-bottlenecking.
The NAVITAS – Neural and Visual International Accurate Sensory – is a neural network sensor fusion algorithm. This provides accuracy of up to 10 times that of a traditional kalman filter. It was designed for control applications and has a high level of health monitoring and instability prevention to ensure stable and reliable data
Horizontal Position Accuracy - 1.0 m
Vertical Position Accuracy - 1.0 m
Velocity Accuracy - 0.0 m/s
Roll & Pitch Accuracy 0.04 °
Slip Accuracy 0.1 °
Internal Filter Rate 1000 Hz
Output Data Rate Up to 1000 Hz
Marine Explorations, for minerals and natural resources.
Défense, to predict weather, terrain and positions to launch automated defence, without risking manpower.
Traffic – to ensure large cities, do not have snarls. Water and Civic Amenities, to forecast challenges in a metropolis and how to optimise usage & forecast the right usage area.
Typical consumers – Governments Typical Beneficiaries – The average Joe.
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