Objective, Point-of-Care, Stress Measurement System
STREME
Incubated at

Need of the hour, an Objective and Easy Measurement of Stress, because

42% of Working Population is affected by Stress*
* ASSOCHAM Survey 2018

Need of the hour, an Objective and Easy Measurement of Stress, because

24000 crore Indian Rupees is lost
by Bangalore IT Industry to Employee Lifestyle Habits and Stress**

** Redseer Consulting Report 2019


STREMEStress Measurement System

An Innovative Non-invasive, Point-of-Care Device for measuring Physiological Stress Response caused by Mental Stress

Uses Heart Rate Variability (HRV) technology to gain insights into Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) status and Stress

Developed with support from Health Technology Innovation Center, IIT Madras

Validated in collaboration with Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute (SRMC), Chennai

Patent Application in process

Why Streben’s STREME System

Objective, Non-invasive, Point-of-Care Measurement

Proven Technique based on Autonomic Nervous System Response

Innovative Algorithm for Influencing Factors Correction

STREME - Validated with KOLs and Professionals Interacted with 15 Psychologists & Counsellors and 10 Corporate CXO & HR Heads

HRV is a good tool for Measuring Stress Response.

Dr. Padmavathi, HOD, Dept. of Physiology, SRMC

Tool is certainly needed to objectively measure Stress and this tool will be extremely helpful in initial diagnosis as well as in measuring the effectiveness of treatment.

Dr. Vasuki M, President, Chennai Counselling Foundation

STREME will be extremely useful in quantitative measurement and reduce Stress at Workplace.

Dr. Udaykumar Reddy, President, International Stress Management Association (India Chapter)



Technology Objectively measure stress and improve the effectiveness of treatment to reduce stress

Stress Score based on Heart Rate Variability (HRV), Blood Pressure and other physiological parameters


Innovative confounding
factors compensation


Stress Score by AI
based computation engine

Score indicative of
residual stress in an individual

Collaboration To bring down stress disorders, we have collaborated with:

Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute (SRMC), Chennai

Health Technology Innovation Center, IIT Madras

International Stress Management Association (India Chapter)



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