LUMOback won the Body Slam competition hosted by the USC Body Computing Lab last year and has spent the last eighteen months designing and developing a very cool product with major potential due to the prevalence of back problems, which will effect as much as 80% of the population at some point in their lives.
[Ed. We are pleased to present this in-depth report on the important new spectrum for wireless medical devices by experienced FCC attorney Robert Primosch. Be sure to check out the first of this two part series here.] By: Robert D. Primosch, Esq Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP. After many years of discussions, debate and, ultimately, […]
Researchers have developed biosensor technology which could yield personalized diagnostic chips hundreds of times more sensitive than current technology.
In 2010, the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) issued its first national broadband plan, which included a proposal for a “medical body area network” (MBAN). Specific frequencies would be assigned for medical wireless monitoring. In May, 2012, FCC issued proposed rules for these MBAN systems, providing a platform for wirelessly networking patient sensors. After initially raising concerns about radio interference, the Aerospace and Flight Test Radio Coordinating Counsel (AFTRCC) appears now to be collaborating with health institutions to allow spectrum allocation for MBANs, an important and positive development.
Rogers Communications, a Canadian digital cable, high speed internet, and home/mobile phone service provider, recently announced it is forming an alliance with Exmovere Holdings Inc. This U.S. based company is a biomedical engineering company focused on government and consumer applications for healthcare, security and mobility. The mission of Exmovere Holdings is to develop systems and technologies that […]