Body Volume Index
New technology to improve
BVI provides the measures you need to improve your health . . . just using your smartphone!
BVI (Body Volume Index) offers body composition analysis. Our technology can be easily integrated into healthcare, wellness, and fitness platforms or systems to act as a monitoring tool for health, fitness, and health insurance initiatives where a health assessment is required.
What is BVI?
The Body Volume Index (BVI) is a revolutionary, new measurement designed using 3D technology to create a viable and modern-day application to measure and predict obesity and the health risk of an individual.
Following 12 + years of R&D, BVI has evolved into a powerful digital tool which calculates, monitors and tracks key health risk indicators - over and above BMI.
Our Innovative Technology
BVI has been developed in collaboration with a number of academic, research and co-operative partners and validated by the University of Westminster and the University of Gloucestershire. BVI is the only product in the world to calculate visceral fat just using a smartphone.
To find out more about how BVI can work for your organisation take a look at our solutions below:
Innovative access to key health risk indicators using a smartphone!
BVI technology can be embedded inside a partner app or system using our SDK package. Developed to complement existing environments and platforms, easy to integrate.
Tired of BMI? Update the way you measure your health.
Our myBVI app can track, monitor and motivate. With never before access to body composition data directly through your smartphone, myBVI helps you take control of your health!
BVI Portal & App
Do you currently use BMI for health risk assessment?
Where partners do not have an existing app we can provide access to our BVI management portal. This allows clients to deploy a non-branded version of the BVI app to their clients.
"Our breakthrough technology allows for monitoring and tracking of key health risk indicators using only the camera viewfinder on a smartphone, and minimal personal information"