Zansors, a wearable tech company based in Northern, Virginia, has added to its growing collection of patents. Zansors was recently awarded a patent for a wearable patch to automatically monitor, screen and/or report health conditions. Zansors’ next-generation intellectual property (IP) will allow health monitoring devices to detect sleeping or breathing disorders.
Respa, the world’s first breathing analyzer, designed to improve athletic performance while running, yoga and other workout sessions, will look to integrate its technology with Amazon Alexa.
Respa, the world’s first breathing analyzer, designed to improve athletic performance while running, and during fitness workouts and yoga sessions, has been launched on Indiegogo.
Zansors and Blauer Manufacturing Inc. announced a partnership to introduce wearable technology in defense textiles, which can be used to improve safety and utility of gear for first responders and the military. Zansors’ innovative sensor technology will advance the utility of Blauer’s gear designed for police, fire, EMS and military.
ARLINGTON, VA. (May 16, 2017) - Zansors has secured a patent from U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a wireless electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) acquisition and monitoring device. This Zansors’ next-generation intellectual property (IP), will allow heart- monitoring devices to be integrated into clothing, or secured directly onto the skin, making them significantly easier to deploy and use.
Dr. Dasgupta will speak in the session Conditional Management with Mobile and Connected Health
We’re proud to announce that Zansors has been named a finalist at next month's AARP Health Innovation @50+ LivePitch!