SAN FRANCISCO and ANTWERP, Belgium – Wearable health startup Byteflies has launched a kit of wearable sensors for pharmaceutical companies, startups and research groups involved in clinical studies or the development of their own wearable health applications. The Byteflies Exploration Kit features a set of five programmable, high-precision sensors that continuously and remotely monitor any vital sign, sending the data gathered to Byteflies’ data processing platform. “The unprecedented level of detail offered by the Byteflies Exploration Kit forms the basis for a more powerful and personalized patient care,” said Hans Danneels, CEO and co-founder of Byteflies, in a statement. The sensors are programmable to specific use cases and can measure vital signs ranging from blood flow to electro-dermal activity, electrocardiogram, motion, respiration and electromyogram. “We seek to transform the entire health care system through our technology, leading to wearables with tangible medical relevance,” said Danneels.
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