Body Biolytics adds Hydration Biomarker for Wearable Optical Sensor

Posted on Sep 30, 2015 in biometrics, hydration, wearable tech | No Comments

Body Biolytics announces newly developed digital hydration biomarkers that are extracted from optical sensors embedded in a growing number wearable devices on the market, including wristbands and sensorized clothing. The biomarkers promise to provide continuous, non-invasive hydration status monitoring for various consumer and medical use cases. Optical sensors are based on photoplethysmography (PPG), a clinically-approved […]

Body Biolytics Teams with UCONN’s Korey Stringer Institute for Hydration Monitoring Tech

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Stonington, CT (November 7, 2014) – Body Biolytics, a new tech start-up being spun out here by MACSEA Ltd, has signed a cooperative research agreement with UCONN’s Korey Stringer Institute (KSI) for the development of activity and human health monitoring software to be used in wearable devices to assess and monitor hydration […]