Breath Taking AI
Coming soon to a smartphone near you
Do you know the true state of your lungs?
According to the World Health Organisation; 90% of the world breathes up to 10,000 litres of toxic air a day.
Unlike the food we eat and the lifestyle we choose, we cannot choose the air we breathe. Yet we have no objective view of the impact it has on each of us outside a clinical environment. The only way to identify deteriorating lung health and early disease symptoms available to us is via expensive clinical tests. .
Disproportionate impact on women*, the elderly and on healthcare systems
2 million work-related deaths annually are estimated to occur because of exposures relevant to respiratory conditions.
Meanwhile, a significant percentage of the world’s population remain undiagnosed and in poor health with avoidable disability
Increasing awareness of sex differences in airway diseases LINK
Study estimates exposure to air pollution increases COVID-19 deaths by 15% worldwide LINK
Indoor air pollution and respiratory health in the elderly LINK
Endocrine regulation of lung disease and inflammation. Link
Menopause Is Associated with Accelerated Lung Function Decline Link
Eupnoos will empower every person with a smartphone with the ability to understand the health of their lungs, by simply blowing into their phones.
There are 3 + billion phones in the world, each one with a powerful microphone and camera.
We have created a software platform that converts the sound from breath and voice via any microphone into clinically validated indicators of lung health.
Derangements from individual base lines are flagged and communicated via a simple visual mechanic.
Over time the longitudinal data will create a respiratory data base of the most diverse and wide ranging set of parameters for access by healthcare providers, academia and industry.
Objective clinical breath measurement tools to integrate into telemedicine and first response / urgent care platforms.
Population-level screening of at-risk and vulnerable people living in polluted areas.
Aggregated ground truth lung health data to validate static pollution monitoring supporting healthcare provision, surveillance, planning and policymaking.
Objective measurements to support respiratory wellness