According to Mobile ODT, 250,000 women die every year from treatable cervical cancer simply because they aren’t diagnosed. So they have developed a mobile coloscope that can be connected to mobile phones to accurately detect cancer.
HealthWatch has launched a t-shirt that can read a patient’s heart rate, blood pressure, cardiac irregularities, and other vital signs with hospital-quality reports, that could be the key to preventing heart attacks.
The Umoove technology uses information extracted from previous frames, such as the angle of the user’s head to predict where to look for facial targets in the next frame thus minimizing the amount of computation needed to scan each image.
Breeze is a car rental service for potential drivers of Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar, providing them with customized and low-cost access to a car to use for their driving job and even personal use.
PillPack allows customers to have their medications shipped to them twice a month in individual packets that are organized by time and date.
Being is a bio-sensing watch-sized wearable that needs to be in contact with the user’s skin. The sensors in the wearable use the science of photoplethysmography (PPG).
Better is a mobile application that has partnered with the Mayo Clinic* to offer users 24/7 access to a Personal Health Assistant (PHA) on video call, besides offering an automated symptom checker, personalized health information and all medical documents in form of electronic records.
Alcohoot has launched an accurate smartphone breathalyzer that enables users to easily track their blood alcohol levels.
Swasthya Slate is a Bluetooth-enabled integrated diagnostic kit that works with an Android based mobile system, to perform 33 diagnostics tests, and is equiped with various applications that are created to increase access to health care and education.
Grillo (the Spanish word for cricket) is an early warning system. The compact device — a cube about the size of an alarm clock — taps into the special frequencies that SASMEX* operates on and relays that information to its users.
Baidu Kuaisou is a pair of smart chopsticks equipped with high-tech sensors using infrared spectroscopy that can detect certain levels of contamination in cooking oil, and can be connected to the user’s smartphone via an app to displays the results.
AXA IM intends to reinforce their position in Europe while expanding their footprint globally including capturing opportunities in selected high growth markets such as Latin America and Canada, pushing into new markets as it tries to gain assets in the Americas.
Ping An has secured a large number of customers with high frequency of usage which leads to an integration of a whole ecosystem with finance, healthcare, auto and housing.
Oscar collects metrics on medical professionals for performance reviews and use them for customer recommendation.
MC10 launched skin patches and skullcaps for users to monitor their health conditions proactively.