PulseAI and the Connected Health Innovation Centre launch partnership

PulseAI, a Belfast-based AI company, today announces that it will be conducting a collaborative 12-month project with the Northern Ireland Connected Health Innovation Centre (CHIC), based at Ulster University.

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PulseAI, a Belfast-based AI company, today announces that it will be conducting a collaborative 12-month project with the Northern Ireland Connected Health Innovation Centre (CHIC), based at Ulster University.

The project will focus on the development of a next generation wearable vital signs monitoring patch.

Speaking about the plans, Dr Alan Kennedy, CEO of PulseAI, said:

“CHIC focuses on business-led research in the area of connected health, making it an ideal long-term partner for PulseAI.  This exciting collaboration will support the further development of our remote cardiac monitoring technology.”

David Branagh, CHIC Centre Director added:

“CHIC seeks to lead transformational research which aligns care needs with technology providers, researchers and clinical experience within Northern Ireland. We believe the current CHIC funded project will support PulseAI as they look to develop and commercialise their innovative wearable vital signs patch and to establish their position as a leader in the field of AI powered heart screening”.

About PULSEAI

PulseAI is a medical technology company based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Developed in partnership with expert academics and cardiologists the PulseAI ECG analysis platform (PACE.) allows clinical staff to detect arrhythmias more efficiently and accurately. PACE is built on a database of more than 600,000 ECG recordings enabling AI-powered automated analysis of long-term ECG recordings from wearable devices.