Cooperative Sensors: A Disruptive Approach for Wearable Medical Devices (IDTechEx Wearable USA 2015)

Mr Jens Arnulf Krauss, VP Systems


USA 2015 Presentation - CSEM*
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Compared to state-of-the-art medical monitoring systems, cooperative sensors allow comprehensive measurements of physiological signals during daily activities, including sleep, and are ideal for outpatients suffering from lung and heart diseases. Cooperative sensors are excellent to manage comorbidities, because the same sensors can simultaneously measure biopotential, impedance, skin temperature, SpO2, blood pressure and human kinetics.

講演者の経歴 (Jens Arnulf Krauss)

Jens Krauss received his Master in Engineering Sciences in 1991 at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ), followed by a two-year research stage at the 'Politecnico di Milano', Italy. Back to ETHZ at the Institute of Biomechanics, Mr Krauss lead the software team of European Space Agency (ESA) human spaceflight project TVD, successfully concluded with the Space Shuttle Mission STS-78. Mr Krauss joined CSEM in 1996 and is leading today the Systems Division, with a total of 92 scientists and engineers in the strategic Scientific Instrumentation and Medical Device Technology R&D activities. Mr Krauss serves as President of the Swiss Society of Biomedical Engineering.

会社紹介 (CSEM Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique SA)

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CSEM is a private non-for-profit centre for research and development with emphasis on microsystems and -electronics technologies, and with the mission to coach and support industrial companies and start-ups in their innovation process. For several years, CSEM has been a major actor in advanced medical device technologies. The monitoring of physiological parameters through non-invasive methods offers new perspectives in fields such as sports, wellness and health. CSEM innovations lead to the foundation of award winning start-up companies such as Limmex (smartwatch), SenseCore (digital health) and PulseON (sportswatch), the NOKIA spin-off winner of the 2015 Red Herring Top 100 Award.
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