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2019
6 Dec

Women in STEM Discussion at the IDTechEx Show! USA 2019

At the IDTechEx Show! USA 2019, in Santa Clara, there was a panel discussion on "Women in STEM". This article summarizes the key topics and points from the discussion.
5 Dec

Biosensor Glasses for Testing Blood Glucose Levels

A pioneering pair of glasses fitted with a biosensor could provide an alternative way to test blood glucose levels for people with diabetes.
4 Dec

Battery-Free Computer Input at Your Fingertips

Computer scientists have created a device for wearable computer input suitable for many situations, just by touching your fingertips together in different ways.
4 Dec

Creative Materials Inc Introduces GPC 251A/B2612

New Product - Creative Materials Inc introduces GPC 251A/B2612, a two-component 100-percent solids silver-filled conductive epoxy adhesive.
4 Dec

Using Electronics to Solve Common Biological Problems

Researchers from multiple disciplines are working together to develop bioelectronics that can detect diseases, treat cancers and track marine animals; they may even discover the next generation of computing systems.
3 Dec

MEDICA 2019 - Telemedicine

Technologies, companies & lessons learned
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3 Dec

Cortrium

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao spoke with Erik Poulsen, CSO & Co-Founder of Cortrium. Cortrium have developed the C3+ ECG patch.
3 Dec

Quad Industries

IDTechEx caught up with Dr Wim Christiaens, R&D Director of Quad Industries, at Medica 2019. Quad Industries is a contract manufacturing company specialising in areas such as printed electronics and in-mold electronics.
3 Dec

Charmcare

Charmcare is a medical device company based in Seoul, South Korea. It was founded in 2004 and has been developing wearable accessories for vital sign monitoring since 2014.
3 Dec

Moio

Moio was exhibiting its monitoring system at Medica 2019.
3 Dec

CardiacSense

CardiacSense are a MedTech company based in Israel. The company has developed a wrist-worn wearable device for the continuous non-invasive monitoring of heart rate, blood pressure and other vital signs (e.g.: stroke volume, respiratory rate).
3 Dec

Borsam

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Amy Zhou from Borsam. Borsam is a Chinese company with 10 years in the ECG business. IDTechEx interviewed Borsam with regards to their skin patch ECG and their telemedicine ECG.
3 Dec

Fraunhofer

Fraunhofer were also exhibiting a sensor-based assessment system (SEBA), also referred to as Healthband. It was developed through a collaboration between Fraunhofer, Rostock University, Hahn-Schickard, Hamburg Applications and Healthcare X.0. The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi)
3 Dec

Thinklabs

IDTechEx analysts Nadia Tsao and Ivan De Backer spoke with Thinklabs Brand Champion Jill Ladwig and Thinklabs Adam Smith from Global Business Development.
3 Dec

Biovotion

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao spoke with a representative from Biovotion. Biovotion is a Swiss medical device start up developing a medical, clinical-grade wearable.
3 Dec

August International

IDTechEx interviewed Harrison Rookard, Sales Executive at August International.
3 Dec

StethoMe

StethoMe - based in Poznan, Poland - has developed an electronic stethoscope for use by medical professionals and untrained users alike. The device records sounds automatically when in contact with the skin.
3 Dec

LifeSense Group

LifeSense Group - a company based in Eindhoven, Netherlands - develops products for monitoring urinary incontinence. Carin is its biggest product (it is for adult women) but at Medica 2019 the company was promoting its new product, Oopsie Heroes.
3 Dec

IEE

IEE is an automotive company based in Luxembourg. They have developed a smart shoe sensor from their expertise in developing pressure sensors for the automotive industry.
3 Dec

Aktiia

Aktiia has developed an ambulatory blood pressure monitoring wrist-worn device.