Jerry Korten, CEO of Isonea stopped by to visit the CES in Las Vegas, where he talked about the company’s latest product. It’s some amazing new medical technology utilized to help those who suffer from asthma.
The technology works with modern smartphones and utilizes a sensor that monitor breathing and upload the data to the cloud for quick analyzation, then send the information back to the user. The data is all stored within the app, making it easy for users to share it with their doctors. It can even generate reminders about medication. It also monitors the weather based on GPS location to try and pinpoint causes, such as changes in the weather or pollen levels. All of this information can then be crowd-sourced to make recommendations, such as “bring your inhaler with you today because there is a large amount of asthma in your area”.
The device isn’t part of your phone, but is separate small product that communicates with the smartphone. The device is already available in Australia, and is expected in the US within six months. No price was given.
Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central for the TechPodcast Network and Anne Montera EmsRadio.com
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