This month, Qualcomm Incorporated, the world’s leader in 3G and next-generation mobile technologies, showcased the VoCare Vitals360 at the Consumer Electronics Show(CES) in Las Vegas.
The Vitals360 was so well received at CES, and created so much discussion, that Qualcomm has asked to showcase the device at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of February.
Consumer technologies from around the world gather annually at the CES as a proving ground for innovators and cutting edge technologies. CES is known worldwide as “for 50 years – the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.”
Here is your insider’s peek into the CES presentation, showcased by Qualcomm Incorporated.
Company Name: VoCare
Product Name: Vitals360
QC Technology: Qualcomm® Snapdragon Wear™ 2100 (Qualcomm MSM8909)
The VoCare Vitals360 collects 6 different health vitals utilizing 4G LTE high-speed wireless technology for data transmission, without the need for separate peripherals or an external hub. The VoCare Vitals360 exclusively utilizes Qualcomm chipsets, which allow the device to be used with virtually any wireless carrier worldwide. The size of an iPhone, with a generous touchscreen, the VoCare Vitals360 is the first and only device that can be used for Point-of-Care and Remote Patient Monitoring. Additionally, it is used in both segments of the Remote Patient Marketing market: Home Healthcare as well as Chronic Care Management.
The VoCare platform leverages one connected device to empower management of multiple chronic conditions such as diabetes, congestive heart failure (CHF), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and hypertension while providing the following health measurements: (1) Blood Glucose; (2) Blood Pressure; (3) Pulse; (4) Pulse Oximetry; (5) Temperature, and (6) Electrocardiography (ECG).
In summary, the VoCare solution is comprised of the world’s first multi-diagnostic connected device, the Vitals360, blood glucose strips, and service offering, which includes interoperability hub, patient-provider portal, and 4G LTE.