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Join Our Live Webinar on May 30th!

The Hexoskin Connected Health Platform is used by researchers in many domains all around the world. Remote & Continuous Respiratory Monitoring is a field of interest that is gaining momentum, but few non-invasive solutions exist to monitor the lung function of subjects and patients.

We invite you to our second webinar that will cover our latest results and applications in respiratory research. We will also present how Hexoskin can monitor COPD patients by using its very unique physiological data.

Webinar: Remote & Continuous Respiratory Monitoring with Hexoskin
30 May 2018, at 12:00 PM (EST) - via the Zoom Video Conferencing software

Speaker: Thu Ngan Trinh, PhD, Clinical Application Specialist at Hexoskin
Guest Speaker: Ruud van Leuteren, MSc, PhD Candidate in Neonatology at the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam.

If you are unable to attend, we still invite you to register and we will send you the recorded webinar by email afterward.

We look forward to your presence at this new webinar!

 

About Hexoskin
Founded in 2006, Hexoskin has designed a system to minimize user setup time and to maximize vital signs monitoring over long periods in a non-obstructive way with sensors embedded in a Smart Shirt. Data are synced to local and remote servers for health data management and analysis. Hexoskin offers a non-invasive solution for longitudinal studies in cardiology, respiratory, sleep, CNS, activity, stress and mental illness. 

Hexoskin's CEO Pierre-Alexandre Fournier talks about Montreal’s advantages for Health Technology companies

In this new entrepreneurial capsule from Montreal InVivo, Pierre-Alexandre explains his motivations and goals as an entrepreneur in health technologies. He puts forward the help given by different organizations for new tech businesses, and programs available to support for business growth. He also points to the exceptionally skilled workforce in Montreal, a city with more than 170,000 college students in 11 universities, recently rated #1 city in the world for college students.

''A whole toolbox to help entrepreneurs get what they need to make their business grow''

 

About Montreal InVivo:

''Montréal InVivo is an economic development organization dedicated to the creation of a business environment that fosters innovation and growth of companies and organizations in the life sciences and health technologies (LSHT) sector.''
www.montreal-invivo.com

About Hexoskin:

''Founded in Montreal in 2006, Hexoskin's mission is to record and organize personal information to make it accessible and useful. The company's co-founders realized that body-worn sensors could capture precise biometric data inside comfortable smart clothing. The company released the first innovative Hexoskin Smart Shirt in 2013.''

Hexoskin in Japan

Hexoskin presented its technology for health monitoring at the Wearable Expo at Tokyo Big Sight this week. We were present on the show floor with our Japanese partners Kissei Comtec, and had the chance to visit Tokyo and Matsumoto.

Dozens of top health research organizations and sports performance labs in Japan use Hexoskin's open data platform for physiology monitoring. If you're in Japan you can contact Kissei Comtec for Japanese training and support.

Tokyo Big Sight (東京ビッグサイト), officially known as Tokyo International Exhibition Center (東京国際展示場), is a convention and exhibition center in Tokyo, Japan, and the largest one in the country.