24 Feb 2017

ECG Sensing Solution Tech Forum


IPI co-organised a Tech Forum on Electrocardiogram (ECG) Sensing Solution with NeuroSky, Inc. on 23 February 2017. Based in Silicon Valley, NeuroSky is the developer of several biosensor technologies involving ECG and Electroencephalogram (EEG). The highlighted technology was NeuroSky's CardioChipTM ECG biosensor, an integrated chip capable of measuring ECG signals and translating them into insightful health performance metrics for mobile solutions, wearable devices, and service providers.

Kiran Buch, Director of Product Marketing from NeuroSky, Inc. provided an overview of the ECG biosensor solutions with several local technology partners invited to the event. He also demonstrated various applications of the technology, such as the LifeBeatTM wristband to track stress, fitness and activities of the user. The forum was lively and both participants and presenters alike engaged actively in the session.

For more information on NeuroSky, Inc, please visit www.neurosky.com/.

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