Our medical-grade smartwatch provides a wide range of raw bio-signals, including PPG signals from red, infrared and green sensors and ECG signals, accelerometer, and gyroscope.

Measure multiple vital signs continuously with only one device


VTLAB uses biomedical sensors through the wrist to continuously collect bio-signals in real-time. Stored in an online cloud-based environment, these synchronized bio-signals are translated into reliable vital sign measurements such as heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, and body temperature.

Real-time monitoring

Get full access to raw bio-signals in real-time via VitalTracer online platform. 



Add extra features in VitalTracer’s online platform for your medical research



Measure the data you need for your medical research with only one affordable device

How It Works

Get The Data You Need Easily

Desktop and Mobile App

Patient’s signals can be displayed in real-time on VitalTracer’s powerful desktop and mobile app.

Cloud Storage of All Raw Data

All patient data can be securely stored in the cloud if needed.


Compatible With Most Software Algorithms

Integrate raw data right into your algorithm easily, whether your software is using MATLAB, Python, R, TensorFlow, C++ or Excel.


VTLAB is designed to be a medically certified smartwatch that continually monitors all your vital signs. The measurement is constant and proprietary through the wrist.

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VTLAB is designed to be a medically certified smartwatch that continually monitors all your vital signs. The measurement is constant and proprietary through the wrist.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the watch has FDA or Health Canada approval?

It is in the process of getting regulatory requirements including FDA and Health Canada and is planned to be received by July 2021.

Do you have a CE mark or approval for use in Europe?

No, we don have a CE mark or approal for use in Europe just yet.

Is it possible to track the location of the person wearing this watch?

Yes, it is possible if we add a GPS sensor. The current version does not have this sensor.

Can the watch also be used to measure heart rate during exercise? For example running to reach a certain heart rate?

The current version measures vital signs in steady-state since it is not possible to estimate blood pressure while exercising (there will be noise). However, it is possible to measure heart rate while exercising.

Is the smart watch battery powered?

Yes, it has rechargeable battery.

Is the app available for iPhone and where is it obtained?

It is not yet launched on the app store but will be available soon.

What is the accuracy?

For the accuracy, HR and SpO2 are as the NELLCOR pulse oximeter and we are working on the others to comply with IEEE standards.

Can the device be configured to track central venous pressure via the PPG signal?

It is measuring the peripheral blood pressure from the wrist. Next year, we will release a new device   as a patch on a neck to measure central blood pressure from the carotid artery.

How is this different from Omron's watch?

OMRON has mechanical sensors and it has a cuff that inflates and deflates. It is not continuous as well and you need to move your hand to your heart level.

Is it USB rechargeable? How long does the battery last?

Yes, it is a USB rechargeable. If you use it the whole day, it will last for 24 hours. However, if you use it for 10-12 times measurement per day, it will last up to 7 days.

What if I don’t like it after trying it, can it be returned?

We offer a 30-day money back.