Small sensors in patch form that measure and store stress levels in the body.


Our employees work with people's lives. It is rewarding, developing and fun, but it can also be stressful and difficult, not least during times of crisis.

To protect our staff from exhaustion and stress, we are constantly working to develop the work environment. It is not always easy to know where and when stress occurs, we often only feel it afterwards.


By equipping employees with small sensors that are attached as discreet patches, people's stress levels are measured continuously. The sensors save the data together with location information in real time. In this way, the system can use colors to show and warn if stress levels increase too much in an area. The sensors make it possible to follow the development over time to see where and when the stress levels among the staff increase, which in turn provides guidance in the work environment work. The data collected is anonymised to protect privacy.

Impact target

Reduced stress levels

Impact target

Increased knowledge of where and when stress occurs


Name: Johan Müllern-Aspegren
E-mail: johan.mullern-aspegren@helsingborg.se