Medical wearable devices introduced by the Swiss start-up change our perception about preventive medicine and physical activity efficiency.
The first two wearable devices by Sensogram Technologies AG will be introduced to the market this year as unique products in the growing field of mHealth and eHealth.
SensoTRACK™ is addressing a growing need in the sports, fitness, and physical activity markets. It is a smart monitor that is able to not only read several activity parameters, but also simultaneously monitor these vitals. Thus, it can advise the most efficient ways to exercise as well as offer healthy and safe ways to meet physical activity objectives. Goal-driven, activity-optimized, health-supportive monitoring and individual ‘coaching’
SensoSCAN™ is a wearable medical device for patient monitoring. Vitals, physical activity, as well as posture and pain monitoring are available. This opens new horizons for doctors to give patients required first aid, treatment, and optimum activity regiments. It also helps with the process of diagnostics. Remote and continuous patient monitoring are proving to be major trends for accurate diagnostics, while they are mostly lacking to be convenient, cost-effective and functional. SensoSCAN™ is addressing and solving all of these obstacles. An important point that is overlooked by a lot of newcomers in the marketplace is accuracy. For most wearable devices, accuracy and mobility are two conflicting parameters, which is what makes these medical gadgets so frustrating for many consumers. Sensors developed and built by Sensogram Technologies AG, and deployed in SensoSCAN™ are able to accommodate monitoring indoors and outdoors, in the dark or in sunlight, in motion or at rest, and in almost any environmental condition. All of this will make SensoSCAN™ a truly one-of-a-kind device in the marketplace.
About Sensogram Technologies AG
Sensogram Technologies AG is a Swiss company specialized in designing, producing and marketing innovative biosensors implemented in the form of small portable devices. It is headquartered in the canton of Bern and operates internationally. For more information, visit http://www.sensogram.com.
For questions or further inquiries, please contact Ms. Karin Roth at Karin(at)Sensogram(
Phone: +41 79 616 7095