According to CPI, this has the potential to be in medical trials within 6 months.
Anthony Locicero, Associate Editor05.01.19
CPI is working alongside ItoM Medical BV and Blumorpho to support the development of a wearable medical device focused upon improving treatment for children with uncontrolled asthma.
CPI is part of the SmartEEs “Smart Everything Everywhere” H2020 project, a consortium of similar EU Research Organizations providing printed electronics solutions, according to Sandy Gunn, business development manager, CPI. The company noted that this program aims to support companies with the development of new business ideas using flexible electronics technologies.
“SmartEEs helps SMEs access these facilities at a reduced rate to develop innovative products,” Gunn said. “The Origamo sub-project was from a bid made by IotM, NL to develop a wearable device based on their proprietary signal analyzing integrated circuits and software. CPI was well placed to support this project due to our considerable flexible printing experience.&rdqu
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