Today there is an array of tools, devices, and platforms for tracking one’s health and they’re integrating with each other like never before. From your morning latte to your evening gym session, there’s a way to seamlessly track and manage your health and wellness every step of the way.
Stephane has been building technology and communication businesses for more than 15 years and his years of experience as an entrepreneur have produced valuable insights into business success. OM Signal not only won Health 2.0’s Launch! session in 2013, but was a member of the first ever Health 2.0 Wearable Tech Runway in 2014. At WinterTech audiences experienced an exclusive demo of OM’s newest platform.
This session invites some of the latest trackers and wearable sensors to demonstrate how enhanced monitoring of the heart rate, steps, and breath can lead to a healthier life.
OM Signal is developing biosensor clothing that monitors your heart rate, mood, breathing, activity, and your ECG in real time. Currently OM Signal has produced and is testing their lifestyle shirt which you wear at the gym, while you’re at work, and during sleep. Information collected from the shirt can then be shared with your trainer, doctor, or family members to encourage an empowered and prevention based healthy lifestyle.
A partnership between Health 2.0 & Moregenthaler Ventures, DC to VC is the culmination of a nationwide contest to find the best venture-backable startup ideas in health IT. Finalists presented their startup ideas on stage to a packed room of health IT professionals, government officials, Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors in a format modeled after the TV show, The Voice.
Sanjay Shah represented the session sponsor, California HealthCare Foundation. Co-Founders Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya co-moderated a session of rapid-fire demos from Health 2.0 buzz-worthy newbies on “Launch!”. Demos included SmartPatient, Medvoy, Genetrainer, Medlio, InvolveCare, Recovery Record, Vimty, Liviam, Mevoked, and OM Signal. At the end of the session the audience overwhelmingly voted Stephane Marceau from OM Signal as the winner with his wearable sensor woven directly into the fabric of a t-shirt! The prize is bragging rights and an invitation to demo on the mainstage at the 8th Annual Fall Conference in 2014.
Jack Young, Director of Qualcomm Life Fund, presented Stephane Marceau of OM Signal. OM Signal has a wearable sensor woven into clothing. The sensor tracks activity, breathing, and cardio for oneself and others to improve healthy living.
Stephane Marceau has been building technology and communication businesses for more than 15 years and his years of experience as an entrepreneur have produced valuable insights into business success. He joined Launch! to give a first look at Om Signal, a wearable sensor woven into clothing. The sensor tracks activity, breathing, and cardio for oneself and others to improve healthy living.