News

A study by The Personal Health Informatics research group at Tampere University, Finland, has been presented at  the International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference in Berlin in July 2019

The results of the research show that the Moodmetric ring is an accurate tool for measuring EDA. With the ring measurement signal the person´s stress levels could be classified almost as accurately as with a laboratory device.

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International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, to be held in Berlin, Germany from July 23–27, 2019

Moodmetric will be exhibiting at the HIMSS conference the 12th-13th of June
https://www.himsseuropeconference.eu/helsinki/2019/about

HIMSS Europe 2019 & Health 2.0 2019 Europe is the annual digital health conference that gathers people from hospital CEOs to innovative SMEs and start-ups from all over Europe and overseas. It is the biggest and most significant event in this area in Europe.

Drop in at our booth 6g34 on both days (Wed-Thu) for a live demo and to test the Moodmetric ring for yourself – welcome!

Get to know the Moodmetric mission by reading our HIMSS blog post.

Measured data to reduce the huge cost and personal suffering caused by chronic stress

Niina Venho, CEO Moodmetric will be talking on Thursday 13th 13:45-14:15 at the Startup Pitching session at the Finnish Pavilion:

Let’s use measured data to reduce the huge cost of work-related stress both in the EU and US

https://www.himsseuropeconference.eu/helsinki/2019/about
Moodmetric technology shows great promise in identifying stress levels in a work environment

The Personal Health Informatics research group at Tampere University, Finland, has studied the effects of cognitive stress on the body in a simulated research environment.

Hannu Nieminen, D.ScThe preliminary results are encouraging: ‘The initial conclusions appear to support the hypothesis that the Moodmetric smart ring can provide information on the stressfulness of work-related situations almost as accurately as respective laboratory equipment designed to measure EDA’, says Hannu Nieminen, D.Sc. and head of the research.

Read the entire article here

Moodmetric / Slush18

Coming to Slush at Helsinki 4-5.12.2018?

Contact us to meet: Niina Venho / CEO /Moodmetric

[email protected] +358 40 7104087

You will find us also at the following events

Tuesday 4th of Dec

Oxygen2018 brings together entrepreneurs, investors and other stakeholders to network and discuss the future of transformative business and life.

We join the forces to find a new model for building scalable companies. We build genuinely good and profitable businesses to create a better society and to protect the nature. Socio-economic change will favor those helping the world to be a better place.

Wednesday 5th Dec

‘Moving on up’ is a Slush18 official side event.

Both public sector operators and large companies give concrete examples on the kinds of projects they are interested in pursuing with start-ups. More light is also shed on the possibilities of using public data in development projects.

The event is organized by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health (STM), the National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) and Business Finland.

Moodmetric starts clinical trials with Pihlajalinna and university of Jyväskylä

 

Press Release 31st May 2018

Vigofere Oy/Moodmetric, healthcare service provider Pihlajalinna  and University of Jyväskylä are launching a clinical trial to study measurement of stress and recovery with the Moodmetric smart ring.

The Moodmetric smart ring is developed by a Finnish startup company Vigofere Oy. The smart ring measures electrodermal activity (EDA), which tells about the autonomous nervous system activation. Person in charge of the trial is Dr. Minna Tervo from Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, University of Jyväskylä.

– It’s good that there are new objective measurement devices on the market that can help people to understand their load better. In this research we study what the stress index produced by Moodmetric smart ring tell about the stress and recovery of a knowledge worker, Tervo says.

Contact information

Minna Tervo, University of Jyväskylä, tel. +358 50 594 8564 or e-mail [email protected]

Henna Salonius, Vigofere Oy, tel. +358 44 309 6997 or e-mail [email protected]

Mervi Viljamaa, Pihlajalinna, tel. +358 40 030 7407 or e-mail [email protected]

Download PDF here:
PRESS RELEASE_Clinical trial on measuring stress and recovery with a smart ring_31052018

KALEVALA SMART RINGS POWERED BY MOODMETRIC – now available!

Kalevala Jewelry has begun the sales of their first smart ring collection that is  developed together with Moodmetric

Kalevala Smart Ring works identically to the existing Moodmetric ring and also connects to the same Moodmetric app.

The partnership between Kalevala Jewelry and Moodmetric focuses on finding exciting and beautiful designs for the ring, making it appealing and encouraging for users to manage their wellbeing in different situations.

View the entire collection at the Kalevala Jewelry webshop.

the renewed Moodmetric ring

Deliveries for the renewed Moodmetric begin 19th of December 2017.

Orders can be placed at our webshop

The renewed Moodmetric ring
  • Splash proof
  • Battery life ~ 1 week
  • Beautifully finished silver coated steel band
  • More color options: black, dark turquoise, plum and silver grey
  • More sizes: XS: 16mm/US5.5 – S: 17mm/US6 – M:18.5mm/US8.5 – L: 20mm/US10 – XL:21.5mm/US12
New features in the Moodmetric app
  • Possibility to add own Diary notes & Calendar integration
  • Powerful quadrant illustration to support better stress management
  • Practice feature now available also for Android
  • The Moodmetric mobile app is free and available from AppStore and GooglePlay
  • The Moodmetric cloud service makes is possible to store the data in web