Hidalgo launches mobile health monitor

Hidalgo has launched its next generation range of mobile products that monitor human health. The new Equivital EQ02 LifeMonitor incorporates a miniaturised body-worn sensor designed on a ‘wear and forget’ principle that senses, records, processes and transmits data from the human body. Hidalgo has also launched its new eqView software for PC, web and mobile so the data can be viewed, analysed and acted upon in real time, and development kits to cater for their growing partner developer community.

The data that can be captured includes ECG, respiration rate, skin temperature and activity. Importantly, the data can be used to derive valuable, actionable information in real time from the device or on the application software.

Hidalgo’s team of engineers, scientists and doctors have been pioneering the development of technologies that allow accurate data to be measured from real people in real environments for over 10 years. Hidalgo’s devices have already proved valuable in the UK for training with the emergency services – including Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue – and at hospitals such as Addenbrooke’s as a means of collecting clinical data from a patient without having to use traditional wired devices.

Research studies funded by bodies such as Oxford Biomedical Research Centre and the Wellcome Trust have also been using their wireless products. Meanwhile, customers worldwide include the US military – the US Marine Corps took Hidalgo’s technology on operational duty in Iraq. The Swavesey-based business is already seeing orders come in for the new product range from distributors, customers and development partners around the world.

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