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18 Oct

5 Key Lessons from Healthcare Sensor Innovations 2019

IDTechEx Analysts Share 5 Key Lessons from Healthcare Sensor Innovations 2019. Healthcare Sensor Innovations 2019 was a conference and table-top exhibition organized by IDTechEx, a market intelligence and events company. The event was held over 25-26 September 2019 in Cambridge, United Kingdom and attracted over 185 delegates from over 23 countries. Forty speakers from the healthcare, electronics, and materials industries shared their progress in wearables and sensors for point-of-care diagnostics and continuous monitoring. IDTechEx technology analysts Dr Nadia Tsao and Dr Ivan De Backer explore the technology developments and market trends presented at Healthcare Sensor Innovations 2019.
17 Oct

Wearable for sports injury prevention

These wearable sensors are first of their kind, using artificial intelligence and the athlete's biodata to build a customized training prep and recovery routine to prevent sports injury associated with repetitive use.
16 Oct

IDTechEx Announces the Winners of Launchpad

IDTechEx Launchpad will showcase innovations from 12 start-up companies at the IDTechEx Show! held in Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA (www.IDTechEx.com/USA). All winners will be showing a new working prototype or product, many for the first time.
16 Oct

Wearable, washable textile devices possible with MXene-coated yarns

Producing functional fabrics that perform all the functions we want, while retaining the characteristics of fabric we're accustomed to is no easy task.
16 Oct

Varjo Announces Two New Human-Eye Resolution HMDs

Varjo announces two new human-eye resolution HMDs for professional VR, incorporating support for Steam VR content at industry's highest fidelity and integrated hand tracking.
15 Oct

Shoe-mounted laser to 'unfreeze' people with Parkinson's

The Path Finder device was invented in 2014. It aims to help people overcome a particular symptom of the disease - freezing of gait - in which people stop walking and are unable to restart.
14 Oct

Intelligent, shape-morphing, self-healing material

A step closer to integrated artificial muscle and nervous tissue, researchers develop an intelligent, shape-morphing, and self-healing material for soft robotics and wearable electronics.
 

11 Oct

Smart insole can double as lifesaving technology for diabetic patients

Stevens Institute of Technology has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Bonbouton, giving the cutting-edge health and technology company the right to use and further develop a graphene sensing system that detects early signs of foot ulcers before they form so people living with diabetes can access preventative healthcare and confidently manage their health.
11 Oct

Sensor Holdings Limited purchases StretchSense

Sensor Holdings Limited is pleased to announce that on Tuesday the 8th of October it completed the purchase of the business and assets of StretchSense.
10 Oct

Microneedle biosensor accurately detects patient's antibiotic levels

Small, non-invasive patches worn on the skin can accurately detect the levels of medication in a patient's system, matching the accuracy of current clinical methods.
9 Oct

Senior Business Development Manager Opportunities, USA

IDTechEx are on the hunt for Senior Business Development Managers, based in the US. As an area of imminent growth for the company, this position is an excellent opportunity for experienced and enterprising individuals to contribute to the success of the company.
9 Oct

Panasonic's power assist suit adopted by World Para Powerlifting

Panasonic Corporation, an Official Worldwide Paralympic Partner, announced that it would provide its Power Assist Suit for use at World Para Powerlifting events and the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
8 Oct

Spotlight on Myant

Myant is driven by a belief that technology should improve people's lives, that it should be accessible to all and that it can and should be invisible. Meet Myant at Wearable USA 2019.
8 Oct

Movesense Sensor Platform Enables Fast Development of Wearable Devices

Movesense has helped product teams in sports, healthcare, and other industries take wearable technology to market in as little as eight weeks
7 Oct

Plextek Ltd

IDTechEx spoke to Dr Nigel Whittle, Head of Healthcare & Medical at Plextek. This company is ISO13485-certified, was founded in 1988 and employs circa 70 technologists. It develops electronic devices revolving around sensing, data collection & communications. It often works with clients to aid in the development of their product.
7 Oct

Nissha GSI Technologies

Nissha GSI Technologies is a contract manufacturer of printed electronic components. GSI is based in Chicago and is part of Nissha, a Japanese company involved in industrial materials, medical technologies and other markets.
7 Oct

Lohmann Technologies

Founded over 165 years ago, Lohmann Technologies is a leader in adhesive tape and bonding technology. It has sales partners in more than 50 countries. Its product portfolio ranges from adhesive tapes and structural bonding films to high-tech die-cuts.
7 Oct

Zimmer & Peacock

Zimmer & Peacock develops and manufactures biosensors for healthcare applications.
7 Oct

Healthcare Sensor Innovations Cambridge 2019

IDTechEx's Healthcare Sensor Innovations was held in the University of Cambridge's Clare College on September 25th and 26th, 2019. This was the first edition of the annual Healthcare Sensor Innovations event.
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7 Oct

LEAP Technology

LEAP Technology, a company based in Denmark specialising in the customisation and supply of stretch sensors for motion capture, was also exhibiting at the event.