Current parallel transmission protocols have conservative safety limits due to offline simulations of generic body models. Instead, a personalized medicine approach should be used, whereby the patient-specific SAR is calculated as the patient lies on the table. In this way, more accurate, and hopefully less conservative safety limits can be employed. In this study, we develop a fast methodology for patient-specific SAR calculations with an 8 channel pTx head coil at 7T. We show a real-time approach in 6 volunteers for scanning the patient, segmenting the body, and performing an electromagnetic simulation in order to generate the local SAR maps.