When a person is angry or nervous there are some definite physiological changes that in turn could be dangerous for the general health. Sudden spurt of anger would raise the heartbeat, body temperature, blood pressure and the level of perspiration. To monitor the emotional condition of cardiac patients and to prevent any untoward incident due to sudden emotional change from occurring Exmocare has invented a biosensor watch, the BT2. The device is to be worn on the wrist and it tracks the emotion of the wearer by measuring the heart rate, the heart rate variability, skin conductance, skin temperature and relative movement. BT2 is capable of processing real time data over Bluetooth for over 18 hours. The BT2 Control Panel runs silently on the taskbar in reporter mode. In the reporter mode, the BT2 software checks the physiological and emotional data for dangerous situations and sends updates and alerts to the website automatically. However, though it is primary meant for the physiological and emotional monitoring in healthcare sector but it could also be adopted for social monitoring. Nevertheless, social monitoring could intervene with the human rights of an individual and adapting it in offices to monitor the emotions of employees is unlikely.