Stratos Product Development LLC recently announced it is working with Proteus Biomedical to develop advanced mobile health technology to provide personalized therapy to users.
Tag: wireless sensor
Imec and Holst Centre recently announced a 2.3-/2.4-GHz transmitter for wireless sensor applications compliant with 4 wireless standards (IEEE802.15.6/4/4g and Bluetooth Low Energy).
By Tim Bredrup The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) recently announced the creation of the Sports and Fitness Working Group and is now accepting members. This group will work together to enhance interoperability between Bluetooth enabled sports and fitness sensor products and training computers (Bluetooth Smart devices) and hub devices such as smartphones, PCs, TVs […]
The Qualcolmm Tricorder X Prize is a contest that seeks to create a medical tricorder that is capable of diagnosing certain diseases among other things
mHealth Research Daily, with Tim Bredrup In efforts to improve the tracking and trending of glucose in patients with diabetes, Echo Therapeutics is developing the Symphony tCGM system; a non-invasive, wireless, transdermal continuous glucose monitoring (tCGM) system and the Prelude® SkinPrep System for transdermal drug delivery. A feasibility study was designed to evaluate the performance […]
mHealth Research Daily, with Tim Bredrup The effects of stress on health have been a main focus area for public health research, but progress has been limited due to a lack of wearable sensors that can be worn effectively in the field. Researchers at Ohio State University recently analyzed wireless, wearable sensors that are a […]
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 […]
IMEC researchers are working on developing embedded nose sensor technology in smartphones that will allow the devices to smell by 2015.