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Shimmer to exhibit at Medica 2016- Connected Health Forum
DUBLIN, 01st November 2016 - Shimmer, global leading provider of wearable wireless sensing systems is delighted to be in attendance at Messe Düsseldorf GmbH from the 14th -17th November to be part of the Medica conference this autumn.
Exhibiting over the 4 days in hall15 A23 on the Wearable Technologies Stand, Shimmer will be showcasing the advanced features of its new ConsensysPRO software, marking the release of the most advanced version of software to date. Accompanying this, Shimmer will demo its clinical-grade, 5 lead ECG with simultaneous motion capture. Visitors to the stand can also benefit from our Galvanic Skin Response display and demo which highlights the flexible and the customizable sensor platform.
ConsensysPRO is Shimmer’s most streamlined and intuitive software application yet, allowing the user to take control of their data. Visitors to the stand will have the opportunity see the advanced data processing capabilities, programming, configuration and annotation functions the software has to offer, along with the opportunity to experience the Shimmer sensors up close.
In addition to attending the conference this year, Shimmers Marketing Manager, Martina Donohue will present on the The Rise of Wearables in Healthcare: The Impact of Wearable Technology on Remote Patient Monitoring’ at the Connected Health Forum (hall 15) on Tuesday the 15th November from 2.50pm-3.00pm. Discussing what role Wearable Technologies will have on the future of Healthcare, the presentation will centre on how wearable sensing can be utilized as a key decision support tool for healthcare professionals in the growing area of remote patient monitoring.
With presentations taking place over the 4 days, the Connected Health Forum seeks to bring together the key players, process and systems in healthcare today. Wearable Technology plays a vital role in this assembly, but in particular wearable wireless sensing has the ability to provide unprecedented levels of access and information in relation to its patients and their healthcare. Objective data has the power to corroborate and inform expert opinion, enabling longitudinal data from patients relating to their specific condition.
The Medica conference is held each year in Messe Düsseldorf with the objective of bringing together the world’s top medical professionals and researchers in areas such as rehabilitation, diagnostics and pharmaceuticals. For over 40 years, Medica has provided a platform for engagement for professionals from all areas of the medical and healthcare industry.
Shimmer is a leading technology company providing clinical-grade wearable wireless sensing technology. The company's award winning platform enables enterprises to reduce risk, cost, and time to market for sensor-based digital health solutions. Shimmer offers consultancy, design, customization, and volume manufacture for a full range of wearable sensor technology to provide high quality, scientifically reliable biophysical and movement data in real-time. This unlocks the potential for analysis and interpretation of sensed data specific to the person and creates an unprecedented level and access to personal digital health information, with the goal of improving health care outcomes. Shimmer’s technology is trusted and utilized by the world’s brightest startups, Fortune 500 companies, and leading Universities in over 65 countries worldwide. Deployments include an FDA approved biophysical application in the US, a telerehabilitation solution in Spain, and player tracking and performance management solution in the UK and Ireland. Established in 2008, with headquarters in Dublin, Ireland and with offices in Boston and Kuala Lumpur, Shimmer Sensing offers wearable wireless sensing technology that overcome the challenges of size, wearability, reliable communications and low power consumption. For more information visit www.shimmersensing.com
Name: Martina Donohue
Phone: 00353 1 687 5760