Dr Johannes Kreuzer, CEO
Europe 2019 (pdf) Presentation - IDTechEx*
If you already have access, please [Login]
Access is available via an IDTechEx Market Intelligence Subscription
As we all know, mega-trends like aging population, spreading of chronic diseases and longer life spans of people are putting an extreme and rising burden on health care systems, professionals and health care centers. Approaches like prevention, mHealth, digital health and remote patient monitoring can significantly ease this burden. However, they can only than serve as an extended workbench of hospitals if they can rely on the same amount and quality of patient data. So, at the very beginning of these promising digital solutions needs to be a hardware, a sensor device or devices that are able to continuously capture all relevant vital signs with high accuracy in everyday life.
講演者の経歴 (Johannes Kreuzer)
Dr. Johannes Kreuzer studied electronic engineering at the Technical University of Munich from 2000-2005. Topic of his PhD was vital signs monitoring in daily life. During university time and later, he worked for companies like Epcos, EADS, Airbus, Daimler and Pilatus. Together with his wife Greta he founded the company cosinuss° end of 2011. cosinuss° is a technology company based in Munich and specialized on in-ear vital signs monitoring for sports, medicine and workers safety.
View cosinuss° Timeline
cosinuss° is opening the Stargate to Your Health
cosinuss° develops first-in-class wearable sensors that continuously capture several vital signs in the ear. Based in Munich, Germany, cosinuss° is providing mobile sensor technologies for sports, health care and safety applications. cosinuss° One is the first product in sports enabling athletes to monitor not only their heart rate but also their heart rate variability and body temperature.
degree° is the first product in home health challenging the status quo by enabling a continuous and accurate body temperature monitoring during fever.
Several applications in workers safety like fire fighters, stress monitoring or continuous fatigue detection are showing additional use cases.