Since 2000, BioSign has been developing innovative measurement and therapy systems for professionals and end-users in the area of autonomous nervous system. A well functioning neurovegetative regulation is the key to health and well-being. With our devices autonomic regulation becomes tangible for professionals and non-professionals.
The influence of breathing plays an important role in assessing HRV. The HRV-Scanner plus is a further development of the existing HRV-Scanner hardware with an additional measurement option for breathing. In addition, a pressure sensor for the implementation of the Valsalva maneuver was integrated.
HRV-Scanner lite: Entry-point into the professional HRV measurement. During the development phase of the HRV-Scanner lite, we have particularly paid attention that the software is easy and intuitive to use on a tablet. Built-in tutorials make the software easy to use.
The HRV platform in the web.
With the new Flexibility-Tone-Dynamics concept, BioSign brings order into the puzzling number of HRV parameters and analyzes. This provides for the first time an easily comprehensible and well-communicated explanation model of the complex processes around the neurovegetative Regulation.
The Qiu combines HRV measurement and HRV biofeedback in a mobile device for the first time. In combination with the HRV-Scanner the Qiu offers new possibilities for diagnostics and treatment.
With the HRV-Scanner, BioSign brings one of the world’s most powerful HRV measuring stations to the European market.
The Stress Pilot is created in cooperation with Biocomfort Diagnostics. It is the first HRV system in Europe to enable RSA measurement and HRV biofeedback for end users.
BioSign provides the RSA measurement (determination of respiratory sinus arrhythmia, DBT = deep breathing test) in the StressBall product for interested users of all disciplines. Thus, for the first time, a simple and inexpensive test option for the parasympathetic function is available worldwide.
BioSign, in cooperation with the company Schwarzer (Munich), is developing one of the first measuring system for neurovegetative functional diagnostics in the clinical sector.