1. Personal KinetiGraph System - The FDA recently cleared the wrist-worn device that aims to assess and monitor the symptoms of movement disorders such as Parkinson's disease.
2. GetActive - A fitness tracker that measures steps taken and calories burned. Results can be synched with companion apps on Apple and Android-enabled phones.
3. OMsignal Biosensing- A line of shirts that work with a tracking module to monitor heart rate, breathing rate, breathing depth, activity intensity, steps walked, calories burned and heart rate variability.
4. OrCam - A portable device with a smart camera that clips on to eye glasses to help the visually impaired. The system can learn to recognize objects commonly used by the wearer to help in everyday activities.
5. Oxitone Watch - A wrist worn device that provides medical grade data on pulse oximetry, heart rate, and respiratory rate. The device connects to an app via Bluetooth and automatically alerts the relevant medical professionals in emergency situations. by Arundhati Parmar See full article at MD+DI