Samsung presents a bio-processor that wishes you well

Samsung presents a bio-processor that wishes you well

Tracking multiple and dynamic biometrics with a single chip.

Being able to monitor fitness in increasingly diverse and efficient ways is a major health priority.
It is no longer acceptable simply to provide a range of different bio-sensors. Built with small form-factor devices in mind,
Samsung Bio-Processor empowers users with a combination of fitness sensors and continues to perform well with low battery power.
Easily implement a multitude of bio-data.
Fitness monitoring has become an important life choice for many consumers. But the time, effort and complexity of implementing multiple bio-sensors can outweigh the benefits. This caused a dilemma for manufacturers, which Samsung solved easily.

Samsung Bio-Processor removes the need to design and develop a complex fitness monitoring interface. Our solution essentially uses a single chip to measure various types of bio-data including PPG, ECG, Skin Temperature, GSR and Body Fat.

* PPG : Photoplethysmogram
* ECG : Electrocardiogram
* GSR : Galvanic Skin Response
Powerful performance even for the smallest devices.
Samsung Bio Processor is specifically designed to deliver high performance from a compact monolithic chip, providing huge design flexibility to manufacturers of health-monitoring devices.

The integration of health monitoring functions with MCU, DSP, AFE, power management and security units in a single chip has significantly reduced the footprint of our Bio-Processor.

* MCU : Micro Controller Unit
* DSP : Digital Signal Processing
* AFE : Analog Front End
Deliver unprecedented power efficiency.
Samsung Bio-Processor is the ideal option for wearable health-monitoring devices.

The optimized integration of components within PMIC reduces the power consumed by health functions.

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