Oxehealth was founded on the discovery that the well established science of contact Photoplethysmography can be harnessed by intelligent signal processing, machine learning and computer vision algorithms to enable standard digital video cameras to provide ubiquitous, non contact vital signs monitoring. We were spun-out from Oxford University by Professor Lionel Tarassenko.
Oxehealth has been selected to receive the prestigious Colin Campbell Mitchell Award, presented by the Royal Academy of Engineering. The award honours Oxehealth’s development of innovative, non-contact health monitoring technology, which can observe a patient’s…Read More
Oxehealth is proud to deliver its pioneering technology to support staff in delivering improved patient care at the Springfield University Hospital. The technology, which is installed in one of the hospital’s seclusion suites, turns standard…Read More
Throughout 2017, Oxehealth had the opportunity to attend a number of mental health and care home conferences including Design in Mental Health, Mental Health Today Wales, 2017 Care Homes Conference – Salford and the Annual…Read More
This week Wareable published an article that explored how various forms of technology will shape future hospital care. In the article, Wareable described Oxehealth as “exciting startup creating pioneering technology for hospitals” and gave examples…Read More
This month, BBC South Today visited the Oxehealth offices at the Oxford Science Park to see for themselves local innovation in action and speak to the team about the applications for our unique health and…Read More
BBC Radio Oxford’s Howard Bentham and BBC Radio Berkshire’s Andrew Peach hosted Oxehealth CEO, Hugh Lloyd-Jukes, to discuss the ‘amazing technology that can monitor a heartbeat with just a camera’ and it’s potential for monitoring…Read More
Management Today, the publication for senior managers and entrepreneurs, spoke to Oxehealth CEO Hugh about Oxehealth and what our next stage of development looks like. ‘At the heart of this business is helping carers and…Read More
Oxehealth CEO, Hugh Lloyd-Jukes, demonstrates Oxecam technology live at TechCrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield. On 6th December, Oxehealth was one of five finalists competing for the TechCrunch Disrupt Cup and a prize of £40,000 at the…Read More
This week the New Scientist published an article about our Oxecam technology and its capability to improve patient healthcare and safety in various hospital and secure rooms settings. The article included comments from our valued…Read More
We develop software that will bring better healthcare to millions of people, do advanced research that drives forward the field of computer vision & machine learning and support our people to follow their passions and grow their skills.