Caducy, the future of healtchcare
Caducy is a medical device under certification for measuring physiological parameters contactless by a simple 30-second video selfie.
Just sit back and relax
Take a selfie for about 30 seconds to a minute.
Immediately check the results
How it works
Caducy innovation is based on the combination of the most advanced techniques.
Caducy detects the movements of the rib cage and can calculate the breathing rate of a person through signal analysis algorithms applied to the area below the chin.
Oxygen saturation (SpO2) and blood pressure measurements can be extracted from the pulse wave signal using the latest artificial intelligence technology. The quality and quantity of the training data are thus the key to obtaining reliable measurements within the market standards.
Our solution Caducy aims to make e-health easy and accessible for everyone while being green and cost saving.
Our easy to integrate Saas API is allowing platforms to add it in just a few hours. If some help is needed, our team is behind our customer to support them on every step of the integration. With Caducy, you don’t need any application, it works on a simple web page.
The key word of Caducy is respecting the patients’ data. Our solution doesn’t save any image used for the measurement. Concerning vitals, they are saved for historical purposes by being secured, encrypted and accessible only by account admins who are permitted. Caducy is fully committed to the privacy and security of our customers and users and operates in compliance with GDPR requirements.
This solution is the result of 7 years of Research and Development. Caducy is a precise and robust system. As a matter of fact, Caducy is composed of unique algorithms for stabilization, filtering and image processing developed by i-Virtual in order to make the system less sensitive to movements and fluctuations in lighting. Used by several physiology research laboratories, Caducy was the subject of a clinical trial on more than 1000 patients at the University Hospital of Nancy.
Years of research and development
Clinically followed patients
Physiological measured variables
Heart rate (HR)
Respiratory rate (RR)
Heart rate variability (HRV)
And more to come...
Accurate non-contact measurement of vital signs
An accessible system by using a simple webcam or camera (PC, smartphone and tablet)
Robust against environmental disturbances