Medical wearable technology continues to be a popular product. Many companies are developing sensors to solve a range of design challenges for these non-invasive body-monitoring devices. One of those challenges is accuracy.
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) and LifeQ plan to design sensors that enable personalized, continuous and accurate tracking of physiological parameters such as heart rate, sleep phases, sleep quality, blood lactate, 24-hour calorie intake as well as stress markers such as salivary cortisol. Monitoring this type of data can increase early detection of emergency conditions and diseases in patients.
ADI will offer its semiconductor expertise and LifeQ will provide the bio-mathematical understanding needed to develop sensors that can make body monitoring devices more effective in preventing, predicting and managing diseases.
Analog Devices Inc.
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