Using groundbreaking technology licensed from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, sensors are able to track Heart Rate, Breathing, Sleep Quality and Stress Levels… all using a budget-friendly wall-mounted device.


Austin, TX, June 6, 2022— are on a mission to bring general health tracking and elder care into 2022. Based in the tech hub of Austin Texas, they’ve developed a completely unique technology that’s never been seen before. The sensor is a tiny wall-mounted device that uses radar technology to track the vitals of a user. The data is sent live to a smartphone app through wifi… so you can pull out your phone and check on a relative’s health no matter where you are in the world. The device even syncs with Alexa, so you can ask Alexa “Alexa, what’s Mom’s heart rate?” and Alexa will tell you.

Thanks to a combination of new technology and’s proprietary machine learning software algorithm, users are able to track the following through the app: Heart Rate, Breathing Rate, Sleep Quality, Heart Rate Variability, and Stress Levels – with a single device!

With this one-of-a-kind technological approach, Cardio does away with the need for wearable technology or any form of contact with the user. This makes it ideal for monitoring the health of seniors or other relatives with health challenges. People often forget to charge or update wearable heart monitor or breathing monitor devices, lose them, or forget to wear them at all. Many seniors don’t want to be tethered to wearable. is always-on because it uses outlet power and is wall-mounted. This makes the device a lot easier to use and rely on in a day-to-day fashion.

Along with the regular monitoring technology, the Cardio unit can also send an alert to your phone within minutes if the user’s heart rate drops or spikes to certain levels.

The technology behind this groundbreaking contact-free heart monitor was originally invented by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Labs engineers involved in the Mars missions. Previous to this, radar-based sensors were large and not cost-effective. Due to advances in radar technology from the automotive industry (where multiple radars are used in today’s cars) and continued development from the team, the Cardio sensor can track heart rate from a distance through clothing with a small 3 x 3 inch footprint device without the user feeling it or needing to adjust their behavior in any way. What’s more, there are no privacy concerns as the device contains no cameras or microphones and tracks only the data specified to monitor health.

The unit emissions are similar to your TV or Internet router, so are safe for all usage.

The CEO of, technology leader Sajol Ghoshal had this to say:

“Our mission was to bring health tracking and elder care into 2022 – it’s now possible to track vital signs without wearables or any other technology that may create additional problems. This makes it ideal for older people or those with health issues. Most people who see our sensor working are blown away.”

The sensor sends its heart rate live to a smartphone app, available in both Apple and Android app stores. Data is stored for up to 6 months to allow for users to see trends as they happen.

Cardio sensors are available directly from

Media Contact:

Sajol Ghoshal
Advanced TeleSensors, Inc. 
5114 Balcones Woods Dr. Suite 307-472, Austin TX 78759
888-292-2208 x700