The great revolution
in human sensorisation

Today we can capture sensitive information to improve the health of users and parameters that may be important for professional and elderly safety. Capabilities that we never dreamed of before are now available in a much simpler and more accessible way.
Sensorised health

Technology to improve people's quality of life

The application of sensor technology in healthcare is not the future, it is the present. At Wetech, we have spent years developing systems and sensors that can be used in a simple and harmless way to help patients, the elderly and professional workers to monitor their state of health. We develop technology to improve people's lives.
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Wetech health technologies

Health services

Senior citizens

More and more older people are living alone. Wetech brings security to our elders in an easy and practical way: our parents and grandparents would be sensorised with a wrist device to have all the information in real time with pre-programmed alarms. Through advanced algorithms we can create alerts with accelerometers to detect falls or if there is no movement for too long. It can detect your heart rate, your approximate temperature and certain vital signs remotely to detect any anomalies. With personalised alerts (phone calls, activating a camera, etc.) we can improve your quality of life.

Health care

Hospital management

Wetech's healthcare technology can be used for the control of important assets such as cardiorespiratory arrest trolleys or wheelchairs. Their position in the hospital can be monitored in real time. Sensorisation offers the possibility to manage "wandering patients". In this way, their location and the areas they move through will be known, and alarms will be triggered in case they leave the permitted areas. A sensor wristband with an accelerometer can be used to create warnings if a bed or chair falls and alert healthcare staff.


Professional drivers

Our sensors have the ability to prevent and avoid accidents. By instantly measuring the temperature or heart rate of professional drivers (e.g. bus drivers), parameters that affect driving can be detected. In addition to detecting the anomaly, both the driver and the person in charge of the service are alerted to the situation. A further step is to be able to interact with those responsible in order to avoid possible accidents at work.

Racing car

Racing drivers

Sport pilots often push their bodies to the extreme. Vehicles are equipped with highly advanced technology and Wetech could integrate sensors into the driver himself, for example to detect his heartbeat and display his heart rate in the cockpit or on the steering wheel. This system could also be applied in other elite sports such as football or cycling.