BIOMEDevice, one of New England’s largest medtech events, is coming to Boston this week. We’re excited to hear from speakers innovating the medical device industry, and to share our own vision on stage. Wednesday’s Emerging Sensor Technology Track is packed with sessions forecasting the trajectory of novel sensors in healthcare.
Here are a few that we’re most excited for:
Panel: Therapy Areas Ripe for Sensor-Enabled Care
Panelists will discuss application areas (beyond chronic conditions and elder care) that are ready for sensor intervention as well as reflect on recent use cases for novel technology.
Case Study: How Simple Activity Sensors Combined with Expert Automated Coaching Moved the Needle on Personalized Health
Research Associate Director Russ Walters will share the story of technology and pharmaceutical company (Rest Devices and J&J) collaboration resulting in a personalized sleep coaching system. He’ll discuss the clinically validated behavioral techniques developed through this partnership and their applications for other connected medical devices.
The Continued Rise of Wearable Technology Using Novel Biosensors
Milan Raj, Director of Advanced Technology, will provide a look into MC10’s developing sensor technology as well as our commercialized platforms. His session will focus on the recent advances and potential of microfluidic sensors and flexible platforms for biometric healthcare analytics.
Making Machine Learning More Effective with Sensor Data
Stuart Feffer, PhD (Co-founder and CEO of Reality Analytics) will explore the difference between time-series and signal data in sensors. He’ll provide insight on leveraging sensor captured data using the latest machine learning and AI techniques.
Visit BIOMEDevice for more information on the event. The Emerging Sensor Technology Track is Wednesday, May 3 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.