Star Cunningham, founder & CEO, 4D Healthware, says it is no secret healthcare has been lagging behind in adopting technology, but it is not a healthcare problem, it is a data problem.
Martin Cotter, vice president, IoT, Healthcare and Consumer Business Units, Analog Devices, says in the IoT world we are able to capture and measure data like never before and form outcomes that weren’t possible.
Jamie Nguyen, senior communications specialist, Ampronix, says one of the biggest benefits the IoT offers healthcare is increased connectivity.
James Krouse, co-creator, Cleveland Medical Hackathon, explains the hackathon is about connecting doctors with the technology world.
Noa Ghersin, research associate, Lux Research, says the Internet of Things is changing the healthcare space in three major ways.
Farhad Farahbakhshian, CEO, Naked Labs, explains the 3D fitness tracker is designed to help those in a workout plan stick to their regimen by showing them results they may not see on the scale or in the mirror.
Rebecca Hopkins, CEO, Sports Technology Awards, says technology has hit the sports industry in a big way.
Peggy explains healthcare providers realize patients require more personalized care and that connected devices can be harnessed to provide a more patient-centric approach.
Lee Silverstone, CEO, Gymtrack, explains Gymtrack brings the IoT (Internet of Things) into the gym by using sensors to transmit data.
Michael O'Neil, founder and CEO, GetWellNetwork, explains healthcare is in a transformative state where patients are becoming more involved.
Devra Davis, founder, Environmental Health Trust, says we don’t have all the information on Wi-Fi radiation that we need which is why it is important to practice precaution, especially when it comes to young children.
Peggy talks about the latest “moves and shakes” creating the change in the connected health landscape.
Venkat Rajan, global research director, visionary healthcare research and Victor Camlek, principal analyst, transformational health, Frost & Sullivan, explain the three biggest challenges surrounding the Internet of Medical Things are care quality, access and cost but connected healthcare is addressing these issues.
Christine Stoffel, founder & CEO, SEAT, LLC, says there is constant debate whether technology is enhancing fan experiences or taking their eyes off the field.
Todd Durniak, executive vice president and general manager, North America, Labstyle Innovations Corp., tells Peggy we are starting to see a movement into connected blood glucose meters.
Peggy says there is new research that suggests we have taken a major step towards hands-free surgery.
Rod Piechowski, senior director, health information systems, HIMSS, explains security and privacy have always been a big concern in connected healthcare.
Chris White, senior vice president, global IoE/IoT solutions sales & GM, sports and entertainment solutions group, Cisco, says there has never been a better time to utilize technology to improve our lives.
Wayne Maddever, president and CEO, ChroMedX Corp., tells Peggy that patient expectations and physician needs are aligned; they both want more information quicker.
Peggy says consumers report top reasons for buying health/fitness devices are improving health, recommendation of friends, and good reviews. S
Ryan Kloss, training manager, Casio, says the company has unveiled a new product that is a true outdoor smartwatch.
Eric Chu, team leader of Aurai, program management and engineering, Aurai, says the product was developed because his partner experienced fatigue, and the team wanted to develop a solution for him.
Harry Wang, director health and mobile product research, Park Associates, says the healthcare industry is a huge industry that needs help, and wearables and the solutions supporting people to make better lives is going to have a huge impact on healthcare.
Luc Darmon, chief marketing officer, Decawave, says it has been designing an exciting technology and integrating it into a single chip.
Nick Batsikouras, founder, Smart Diet Scale, says a smart diet scale is a food scale that can calculate nutritional value.
Dr. Steven LeBoeuf, cofounder and president, Valencell, says 60% of his brain space is geared to inventing—he does it in his sleep!
Ali Sebt, president, Renesas Electronics America, continues the discussion, saying Synergy is a very flexible platform and enables you to design your end machine and compartmentalize it for the various requirements.
Peggy says each football player has an RFID (radio-frequency identification) sensor embedded in his shoulder pad, providing data such as speed and direction, with the objective of gathering statistics to make informed decisions.
Vince Guarna, managing director, IoT Technology Solutions, talks about the evolution of the market, saying on the vendor side people are recognizing they need to be connected.
Peggy talks about how technology is impacting the next fashion brand. She gives an inside look at the latest from Ralph Lauren, who is a pioneer in fashion technology.
Peggy talks about how crowdfunding and equity funding has expanded in last five years globally.
Steven LeBoeuf, co-founder and president, Valencell, talks the latest in wearable technology, and explains how his company’s latest study aimed to match the performance of medical-grade sensors to measure activity in the wrist.
Donald Spector, chairman of the board of trustees, New York College of Health Professions, explains his new home environment customization patent, and what it means for IoT, and electronic products in the future.
Vivian Loftness, professor, Carnegie Mellon University, examines why indoor environmental quality has an impact on human health and productivity as well, and there are ways we can manage buildings to improve quality.
Since the release of the Apple Watch interest in the wearable market has soared.
Rob DeMento, president and CEO, Mira, says its product looks like jewelry, but has the physical makeup of something a consumer would like to wear in a workout.
Finally, Peggy talks about the Google Glass shakeout and crazy connected wearables that we really do need, but it’s all about price.
Peggy Smedley talks about finding the right wearable for your needs and the benefit of health trackers.
Laura Mitchell, chief marketing officer, GrandCare Systems, discusses the digital health industry and her company’s shift towards patient centered care.
Steven Jay, vice president of marketing and public relations, BURG, discusses the unique features of his smartwatch as well as the market reaction to his product.
Bob Summers, chief geek, Fitnet, discusses how his new app will help you get fitter five minutes at a time, and explains what exactly a chief geek is.
Christian Dibendetto, vice president of futures for Adidas digital sports, explains the technology behind miCOACH, and how it can help you improve as a soccer player.
Michael Crowley, CEO, Infomotion Sports Technology, talks about his company, the 94fifty smart-sensor basketball, and the future of fitness technology.
Dr. Christy Lane, cofounder and COO, Vivametrica, continues her discussion on how data analysis from wearable devices can improve healthcare.
Dr. Christy Lane, cofounder and COO, Vivametrica, talks about what she’s seen so far at CES and how data analysis from wearable devices can improve healthcare.
Robin Raskin, founder, Living in Digital Times, talks about what it means to be living digitally whether you are young or old and whether you care about health, fitness, or even sports.