What is stress?
Stress is defined as a reaction from calm state to an excited state for the purpose of preserving the integrity of the organism. Stress can lead to impaired decision-making capabilities, decreased situational awareness, and degraded human performance.
Our solutions for stress monitoring
Phasya offers and develops software modules for measuring the level of stress from the analysis of ocular data (e.g. blinks), cardiac data (e.g. heart rate variability), or the combination of both data. According to the available data and their specifications, our software modules can output the level of stress on a scale up to 5 levels (from ‘0’ fully relaxed to ’4’ very stressed).
Currently, our software modules for stress monitoring are available in prototype versions for test and evaluation purposes.
Stress measurement from ocular data
This software module for measuring stress (prototype version) is based on the analysis of one or several eye features. This module is adaptive to various specifications of ocular data (resolution and sampling rate).
Stress measurement from cardiac data
This software module for measuring stress (prototype version) is based on the analysis of heart rhythm features such as heart rate variability.
Stress measurement from data fusion
This software module for measuring stress (prototype version) is based on the analysis of ocular data and cardiac data. The combination of ocular and cardiac data enables a better accuracy of the stress measurement.