Hexoskin will be in Minneapolis on October 16-19 to demonstrate its Hexoskin wearable health platform for remote patient monitoring and cardiac rehabilitation.
We're very excited to have been selected by Advamed as one of the world's top health innovation this year! Come see our presentation at the Innovation Showcase October 18 at 4pm to learn more about the advantages of using smart shirts remote patient monitoring and cardiac rehabilitation. Our CEO and Co-Founder Pierre-Alexandre Fournier will share our experiences working with patient populations affected by cardiac diseases and COPD.
Additionally, Hexoskin will demonstrate its technology in the exhibition hall of the conference on October 17-19 (room L100E/F in the partnering section downstairs). The Hexoskin team will present how Hexoskin can be used in clinical settings with live demos and presentations.
To meet us in Minneapolis please contact Marc Paquin, Director Partnerships and Business Development: email@example.com
Hexoskin is the world leader in smart clothing for health monitoring. Hexoskin smart shirts are used by space and defense agencies, sports scientists, and thousands of health professionals and health researchers all over the world. The Hexoskin connected platform provides a new, convenient way to understand human health in real-life environments. For more information, visit www.hexoskin.com and @Hexoskin on Twitter.
Disclaimer: Hexoskin smart shirts have not completed the FDA regulatory approval. Hexoskin products on the market as of October 2016 are not medical devices and shouldn't be used for diagnosis or therapeutic purposes. Hexoskin products on the market as of October 2016 are meant for wellness and fitness uses, and health research only.
This week Hexoskin is in Boston to attend the 3rd Annual Mobile in Clinical Trials on September 19th and the 6th annual DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials on September 20-21, 2016 in Boston. This annual event sponsored by Hexoskin is an opportunity for the Life Science industry to share the latest thinking, insights, and updates on the application of disruptive and mobile technologies to advance clinical research and drug development.
On September 20th, Pierre-Alexandre Fournier, CEO and Co-Founder of Hexoskin will present how clinical grade wearable sensors like Hexoskin is used for long-term remote monitoring in clinical trials. He will also share with the participants some use cases involving Hexoskin for monitoring patients in clinical research, and share lessons learned & best practices.
Additionally, Hexoskin will demonstrate its technology in the exhibition hall of the conference on September 20-21st (booth #35). The Hexoskin team will present how Hexoskin can be used in clinical development with live demos and presentations.
We're very excited to join world-class innovators at DPharm to discuss and reflect on how disruptive technologies like Hexoskin will change the landscape of clinical trials.
If you're in Boston come visit us on September 20-21st!
September 19, 2016: Mobile in Clinical Trials (Boston)
September 20-21, 2016: DPharm (Boston) - Disruptive Innovation to Advance Clinical Trials Conference
Hexoskin is the world leader in smart clothing for health monitoring. Hexoskin smart shirts are used by space and defense agencies, sports scientists, and thousands of health professionals and health researchers all over the world, providing a new, convenient way to understand human health in real-life environments. For more information, visit www.hexoskin.com and @Hexoskin on Twitter.
The Free Flight Physiology Project Team in Karakorum, Pakistan is using Hexoskin to monitor their vitals when they fly over the countryside. Dr Matt Wilkes and this team from the Centre for Altitude, Space and Extreme Environment Medicine from the Institute of Sport Exercise & Heath (London, UK) are getting their gear ready for the Red Bull paragliding team later this year, but also to conduct serious research on physiology in altitude. They also took amazing pictures and video of their experience!
Here's more information about their project:
Analog Devices Collaborates with Microsoft and Hexoskin on New Wearable Technology
Santa Clara, Calif. – May 10, 2016—Analog Devices, Inc. today announced its collaboration with Microsoft Corp. and Hexoskin regarding a unique, wearable Internet of Things (IoT) solution for athlete and team performance management. The IoT solution allows coaches and team staff to monitor player information such as motion, heart rate, and other useful health and performance metrics from sensor-equipped vests worn by players. This information, combined with player location and environmental data, is sent to a secure cloud-based analytics platform providing critical insights back to team staff via a dashboard. By informing better player interventions and improving game-time tactical decisions, the IoT solution helps provide significant competitive advantage to teams. In addition, it is designed to enable better overall management of player health, recovery, and injury avoidance, extending the benefits far beyond an individual game. The new IoT solution, including the vest and cloud platform, will be demonstrated in Analog Devices’ booth at IoT World Forum in Santa Clara, May 10-12, 2016.
“Analog Devices is very excited to lead this initiative, as it involves a unique set of measurement and analytical challenges that we’re uniquely positioned to solve,” said Martin Cotter, Vice President, IoT, Healthcare and Consumer Business Units, Analog Devices. “Some of the performance indicators we’re interested in are not yet fully understood and can’t be measured directly. So, we’re leveraging our precision sensing and algorithm capabilities, as well as our deep expertise in biomedical applications to think differently about the challenge and develop a unique solution. We’re thrilled to be working on this challenge along with Microsoft and Hexoskin, without whom a complete deployable solution would not be possible.”
Complementing Analog Devices’ sensing and measurement expertise, the solution utilizes Hexoskin’s innovative e-textile platform, which has received strong praise and validation from the athletic and medical communities. "Sports organizations are looking for integrated data analytics solutions,” said Pierre-Alexandre Fournier, CEO, Hexoskin. “At Hexoskin, we've always pushed for compatibility and integration. This project with Analog Devices and Microsoft is a good example of that openness philosophy.”
The Microsoft Azure IoT technology helps to solve analysis and user-experience challenges with a cloud-based analytics engine as well as the user dashboard application. “Helping our customers quickly and easily innovate with IoT is core to our Microsoft Azure IoT offerings,” says Jerry Lee, Microsoft Director of Product Marketing, Azure IoT. “This wearable smart jersey demonstrates how Azure IoT enables advanced analysis and real-time actionable insights from individual athlete and team-level input.”
The IoT solution is currently being implemented and tested in collaboration with one of Ireland’s most prominent hurling clubs. “It’s an extremely tough and demanding team sport, with athletes at the pinnacle of performance,” said Cotter. “We felt this was one of the toughest environments in which to test the technology.”
While the initial prototypes were developed for athlete management, the technology has implications across numerous team-based settings (e.g. emergency services first-responders) where performance, health and safety, and tactical decision-making are critical to enable a successful outcome.
About Analog Devices
Analog Devices (NASDAQ: ADI) designs and manufactures semiconductor products and solutions. We enable our customers to interpret the world around us by intelligently bridging the physical and digital with unmatched technologies that sense, measure and connect. Visit http://www.analog.com.
Hexoskin is the world leader in smart clothing for health monitoring. Hexoskin smart shirts are used by first responders, sport scientists, and thousands of health professionals and health researchers all over the world, providing a new, convenient way to understand human health in real-life environments. For more information, visit www.hexoskin.com and @Hexoskin on Twitter.
Because we recognize that sleep is a vital part of our lives, Hexoskin has made how we calculate your sleep metrics even more accurate. These improvements will allow you to have better insights on your slumber sessions.
Automatic detection is the key factor at play with our new Hexoskin sleep enhancements. The new server processing now automatically takes the device’s position into account when calculating your metrics.View full article →
What a day! Today, we launched Hexoskin Smart, the first smart shirt compatible with popular fitness apps like Strava, Runkeeper, Endomondo, MapMyRun, and Runtastic, as well as devices like smartwatches, GPS watches, and bike computers on the popular crowdfunding site Indiegogo, just like we did in 2013 with Hexoskin Classic. Thanks to your help and support, we have been able to smash that goal within 12 hours of launching, and with over a month to go, we're counting on your support to break our previous Indiegogo record! Keep track of our progress and pre-order your Hexoskin Smart now at $299 ($100 off the future retail price) here: igg.me/at/hexoskin-smart.
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Wearable fans attending the Internet of Things (IoT) World Forum in Dubai, be sure to check out a live demo using Hexoskin as part of a health monitoring solution for the Dubai Police force, in the showcase until December 8th!
On Sunday December 6th, Cisco announced a partnership with Hexoskin, Davra Networks, and TCS to deliver a real-time police operations monitoring solution for the Dubai Police Force.View full article →
Sleep is a mysterious part of your life, however it's an essential part of your health and performance! When you use the sleep activity in the app, Hexoskin gives you valuable insights about the quality of your night. You can also add a sleep activity after the night, in your account on my.hexoskin.com.
Here's an example of what you can see in the app:
Total sleep time: the US National Sleep Foundation recommends 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night for adults.
Sleep efficiency: % of your night that was spent sleeping.
Sleep latency: time it took for you to fall asleep once you were in your bed. If it takes you more than 30 minutes to fall asleep, you should think about what can help you sleep better.
HRV: is a measure of your fatigue level. This can be used to detect overtraining.
The sleep report also tells you how much time you spent on your back and other positions, your minimum and average heart rate, and insights about your REM and non-REM sleep.
If you're a developer, you have access to even more information if you use the Hexoskin API. Contact us for more information about the API.