The new company will build on ItoM’s work over the previous five years in designing prodcuts/systems and algorithms for electrophysiological diagnostic and monitoring systems (electrocardiography, electroencephalography, electromyography, respiratory, etc.).
ItoM Medical’s biometric products will be targetted at medical grade equipment, as it has been slower to advance than the personal health market, which mainly relies on trolley-based systems. The new company will develop products and systems that are less bulky, offer medical grade accuracy and be less stressful on patients.
The new company will look to assist medical device manufacturers by offering small form factor electronics that feature low-power consumption, algorithms and hardware and software design services. ItoM Medical will also provide a CE pre-certified embedded platform for wearable ExG diagnostics and monitoring systems.
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