14 Sep 2023
Paige, headquartered in New York City, develops AI-based digital diagnostics.
1 Aug 2023
Tapecon is an established contract manufacturer leveraging its screen printing expertise to produce fully printed and flexible hybrid electronics circuits. IDTechEx caught up with Technical Program Leader Rafael Tudela at the FLEX 2023 conference.
24 Jul 2023
Perspectum is a UK-based company developing advanced diagnostic solutions.
12 Jun 2023
Roadmap of Wearable Sensor Technology Segmented by Key Biometrics
Innovation roadmap for wearable sensor technology
3 May 2023
Neuromod Devices is a bioelectronic company that has developed Lenire, a medical treatment for tinnitus using neuromodulation. This profile is an update of recent company developments.
28 Mar 2023
From Pills to Wearables: The Rise of Drug-Free Health Management
Wearable technology is threatening to disrupt aspects of the pharmaceutical industry, with the latest technology offering a drug-free alternative to health management. But which of these competing wearable technologies are the promising candidates to lead the healthcare revolution?
27 Mar 2023
CIONIC (Cionic, Inc.) are developing a wearable sleeve: 'The first bionic clothing for mobility impairment'. Tess Skyrme, Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, interviewed the CEO Jeremiah Robinson (alongside his PR manager Tim Smith).
22 Mar 2023
ProtonDx is a start-up biotech company developing a molecular diagnostics platform for point-of-care testing.
16 Mar 2023
Dexcom is a US-based biotech company, founded in 1999. The company is one of the market leaders in the continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) industry.
14 Mar 2023
Abbott Diabetes Care
Abbott Diabetes Care is a division of American multinational company Abbott Laboratories. Today, Abbott Diabetes Care is a major player in the continuous glucose monitoring market — the company's "Freestyle" brand of continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) is believed to be the most widely used CGM device.
10 Mar 2023
US-based startup Apeel Sciences has developed a biomass-derived, edible, nontoxic coating for produce that is designed to protect against moisture and oxygen, which cause early spoilage in produce.
7 Mar 2023
i-Sens is a Korean medical device company, founded in 2000 with headquarters in Seoul and subsidiaries across the world. The company is a major player in the Asian market for diabetes management devices.