Our Research

We have had the privilege of being able to acquire respiratory acoustic samples from a number of difference sources, ranging from onboard microphones in mobile devices, stethoscopes, and through the use of a pneumotach mouthpiece that is commonly used in spirometry and cardiopulmonary testing. We have accrued over 30,000 samples and have performed two successful pilot studies with the Mayo Clinic and University of Wisconsin Lacrosse:

MAYO CLINIC

Using Respiratory Acoustics and Deep Learning to Improve Detection of Healthy, Mild, Moderate and Severe Asthma and COPD

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN LACROSSE

Acoustics as a Surrogate for Respiratory Gas Exchange