Shift Labs nears its goal of $12,000 for its IndieGoGo campaign to support development of the Drip Clip, an insanely simple solution for IV dosage control in the developing world.
Tag: medical device companies
Qualcomm Life Inc. recently announced the availability of its new 2net(TM) App Software Development Kit (SDK) on the Qualcomm developer network, also known as QDevNet. QDevNet is geared toward giving developers the tools and resources needed to create mobile experiences and bring them to market. Along with this announcement came the announcement of the 2net App Developer Challenge to identify the best 2net-enabled applications.
As was covered recently, Qualcomm’s 2net Platform looks poised to make a major impact on medical device connectivity and allow for the creation for new kinds of health applications and businesses. One great example which shows the power of allowing application developers to “outsource” end-to-end connectivity is the Macaw app. It aggregates data from multiple types […]
One of the major announcements at this week’s mHealth Summit was made by Qualcomm who introduced a new platform for wirelessly connecting medical devices and declared it open for business. The 2net platform allows any medical device to connect with cloud servers, freeing manufacturers from the complexities of wireless communication.
Ambitious and brash startup Scanadu raises $2 million from a global round of angel investors to build a medical tricorder device straight out of Star Trek with the goal of enabling users to “check their body as often as they check their email.”
Scanadu has raised 2 million dollars to create a device that automatically diagnose common health conditions, called a Medical Tricorder.