The Exoskeleton can now be controlled with Indego’s app.
Tag: medical device
Penn State University researchers have discovered a new technique for sorting cells on a chip no bigger than a dime using acoustic waves.
Because medical devices commonly use standard PC’s running mainstream operating systems they are often at risk to security vulnerabilities and require frequent updates of the software. Wireless connections pose a similar threat by exposing medical devices to potential malware and researchers have conducted a study that indicates the US may not be doing an adequate job of tracking these vulnerabilities and risks.
Ohio-based HealthSpot is set to launch its Care4 Station telemedicine kiosk to revolutionize primary care and reinvent the retail clinic experience.
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 […]