heart rate sensors

BioIntelliSense Unveils Disposable BioButton to Track Patient Symptoms

BioIntelliSense Unveils Disposable BioButton to Track Patient Symptoms

BioIntelliSense is continuing to expand its portfolio of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) products with the launch of the new BioButton. The BioButton is a disposable body sensor roughly the size of a coin that can be used to monitor vital signs like temperature, heart rate, and respiration. While the BioButton is disposable, it is rugged…

Maxim Announces Biometric SpO2 and HRV Monitoring System for Wearables

Maxim Announces Biometric SpO2 and HRV Monitoring System for Wearables

American circuit designer and manufacturer Maxim Integrated Products has announced its new wrist-based system designed for the continuous monitoring of blood-oxygen saturation (SpO2) levels and heart-rate variability (HRV), the MAXREFDES103. SpO2 is an indicator of oxygen levels in capillary blood and can provide insights into a person’s health. When combined with other vital signs, SpO2…

Olea Introduces New Licensing Options to Facilitate IoT Development

Olea Introduces New Licensing Options to Facilitate IoT Development

Olea Sensor Networks is hoping to attract new customers through the introduction of new licensing models for companies interested in its IoT IP portfolio. The company’s sensor technology is already being widely used in drones, vehicles, and industrial robotics, but Olea is hoping that the new licensing options will make the technology more accessible to…

Huami Debuts Amazfit GTS Smartwatch at IFA 2019

Huami Debuts Amazfit GTS Smartwatch at IFA 2019

Huami has announced the launch of its latest smartwatch and fitness tracker, the Amazfit GTS at IFA Berlin 2019. The Amazfit GTS, which comes in six different colours, has a design that has changed considerably since last year’s Amazfit Verge. It sports a square 1.65″ curved AMOLED screen with a 341 pixel-per-inch resolution and is…

SMK and CAARESYS Anticipate Self-Driving Cars with Biometric Passenger Monitoring

SMK and CAARESYS Anticipate Self-Driving Cars with Biometric Passenger Monitoring

SMK Electronics is teaming up with the Israeli startup CAARESYS to develop a new line of biometric passenger sensors that will be incorporated into the next generation of motor vehicle systems. The contactless sensors are designed to measure occupancy, which means they will be able to determine how many passengers are in the car, and…