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VivaLNK Partners with Emory University to Provide Wearable ECG Sensors for Study

VivaLNK, a Campbell, CA-based connected healthcare solutions provider, teamed up with Emory University to provide its medical wearable ECG sensors for a study to evaluate autonomic function in predicting coronary artery disease (CAD) and its relationship to depression and long-term outcomes. The study builds upon previous work by Emory researchers titled Circadian Autonomic Inflexibility: A […]
Sensor to monitor cerebral aneurysm

Scientists Develop Stretchable Wireless Sensor to Monitor Healing of Cerebral Aneurysms

A brain aneurysm is a bulge or ballooning in a blood vessel in the brain. The condition can be fatal; it can leak or rupture, causing bleeding into the brain (hemorrhagic stroke). There are treatments available, but even after treatment, a cerebral aneurysm can continue developing and how it heals cannot be predicted. Related MIT […]
Evomo Software for Sports Exercises

Evomo’s New Software Tool Classifies Sports Exercises with a Single Movesense Sensor

Evomo, a Dresden, Germany-based startup has developed a technology that can evaluate human movements with a single Movesense sensor. Movesense will exhibit at the WT | Wearable Technologies Show at MEDICA on Nov 18-21, 2019 in Hall 13 Booth D46. The company provides their solution as an SDK to other companies like software providers and […]
Wearable vibration sensor

Scientists Develop Wearable Vibration Sensor That Precisely Recognizes Your Voice

Voice-recognition is a common feature in smartphones available in the market today. Often times, this feature doesn’t work properly due to surrounding noise and other obstacles. This is because a mobile phone uses a microphone which detects sound pressure to recognize voice. Read more AlterEgo: Wearable That Lets You Give Voice Command by Reading Your […]
Sensors monitor fetal heartbeat

Wearable Motion Sensors Monitor Fetal Heartbeat, Could Save Unborn Babies

Researchers at Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey have developed a wearable device designed to help expectant parents keep track of their child’s fetal heartbeat continuously at home. The non-invasive and safe device is potentially more accurate than any fetal heartrate monitors currently available in the market. Related First Ever Wearable 5-Channel ECG Chip […]
Hydrogel sensors

KIST Researchers Develop Hydrogel-Based High-Performance Sensors for Wearables

The demand for wearable devices, including smartwatches, fitness bands and smart patches is increasing rapidly. These devices require high-performance sensors on surfaces of various shapes and types. Now, researchers at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology have developed a transfer-printing technology that uses hydrogel and nano ink to easily create high-performance flexible sensors of […]