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Sensoria Health Leveraging Key Remote Patient Monitoring Trends
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Conference Room E
12:00 - 12:20
The vision of Sensoria Health is to enable remote patient monitoring to help reduce cost and increase quality of care. We aim to improve the methods used by clinicians to gather and process novel data sets through IoT smart garments powered by AI / ML algorithms on cloud and mobile software platforms.
Maurizio (Mac) is a former software professional with over 20 years of development and technical program management experience in various technologies and industries. He joined Microsoft Italy in 1999, where he worked for 6 years as a consultant and solution architect for top Italian Microsoft customers in the banking, retail, military, telco and manufacturing industries. He moved to USA in 2005 to later join Microsoft Xbox / Entertainment division, where he served as a Senior Program Manager for Xbox LIVE services until 2013. He got the entrepreneurial bug and founded Green Tomatoes, a small start-up focused on IT consulting and mobile application development. He then went on co-founding Sensoria Inc., one of the most innovative companies in the Wearable Tech, where he serves as CTO.
Our vision is The Garment is The Computer®. Sensoria's proprietary sensor infused smart garments, Sensoria® Core microelectronics and cloud system enable smart garments and products to convert data into actionable information for patients and clinicians in real time. Sensoria Health develops and markets biometric sensing footwear technologies for multiple health scenarios including: patient activity monitoring / compliance, gait analysis, diabetic foot complications and neurological diseases like Parkinson's. Through textile and pressure sensors inserted in a sock or a shoe, Sensoria powered IoMe (Internet of Me) wearables will collect data on physical activity of gait-impaired patients to improve their lives.