Hexoskin will provide a demonstration of the capabilities of the industry-leading Hexoskin smart clothing, an advanced wearable technology that integrates ECG, RIP, & Activity sensors in a comfortable smart garment.
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Hexoskin is going to attend the SLEEP 2017 conference next week June 3-7 in Boston. Dr. Roger Godbout, professor at the University of Montreal and researcher at Hospital Rivières-des-Prairies, is going to present the results of a sleep monitoring clinical trial we've done with his research lab.
Hexoskin has been involved in clinical research and sleep analysis algorithm development since 2012. Researchers and professionals love how easy it is to access physiological data with Hexoskin.
We will be presenting at the session “O01: Circadian Rhythms, Activity, and Sleep Assessment” on Sunday, June 4th, 2017 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM in collaboration with Dr. Roger Godbout. We are scheduled to present from 2:45 PM - 3:00 PM.
Hexoskin smart shirts measure the quantity and quality of your sleep and are used for long-term sleep evaluation at home. Hexoskin is not a medical device. The monitoring system is used for clinical research and performance training. Hexoskin smart shirts are compatible with Android and iOS devices.
Link to our Sleep page: Monitoring your sleep with Hexoskin
The Ceremony of the Connected Objects Awards is an initiative of the NPA Conseil. The aim of this initiative is to distinguish the most innovative connected objects and services. It will take place tomorrow May 16th in Paris. Hexoskin has 2 nominations in the category Wellness, Health and Body-control: Monitoring of physical activity, coaching and sports practice, and object or service for the elderly or handicapped.
The Laureates will be announced tomorrow afternoon at La Maison des Travaux Publics (Paris 8e). Let's keep in touch!
ProcurMed 2017, a Canadian MedTech Procurement Forum, took place today May 11th in Montreal. Our CEO Pierre-Alexandre Fournier shared experiences and lessons learned in working with hospitals in Canada and the United States.
Hospital procurement and innovation departments, payors, and medical devices and health IT companies from Ontario, Quebec, Massachusetts, Vermont, and other states shared ideas on how to make it easier for innovative technologies to go through the procurement process. We talked shared risk, integrating pilots in procurement, and how to do procurement in a value-based healthcare system.
From left to right on the picture: Sophie Cerny (Québec government office in Boston), Stuart Kozlick (Kinova), and Pierre-Alexandre Fournier (Hexoskin)