Enabling Technology Advances In Medical Remote Monitoring01/21/2015 - 01/21/2015

Enabling Technology Advances in Medical Remote Monitoring

TAITA 台美產業科技協會

 

 

When: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)

 

Schedule:

  • 6:30 pm, Registration & Network (Light dinner provided)
  • 7:00 pm, Program

Cost:

  • Pay at door: $15 for general public, $10 for TAITA members or students
  • Pay online: $10 for general public, $5 for TAITA members or students

 

Speaker: Saeed Azimi, CEO and President of DynoSense Corporation

Abstract

Smart, easy to use, cloud-connected and multi-function medical health sensors that can capture a rich set of physiological and biological parameters are now a reality and bring medical monitoring to a whole new level. These advances will revolutionize the medical practice of preventive care and foster a new era in medical devices. Algorithmic, circuit, and form factor innovations, coupled with integration and miniaturization of sensors, along with intelligent usage feedback mechanisms are the driving forces behind the technology advances in medical monitoring. Quality of care can now be drastically improved by use of these sophisticated at point-of-care devices, serving a multitude of medical market segments such as (i) elderly managed care, (ii) chronic disease care, (iii) hospital discharge care, (iv) telemedicine, to even (v) average consumers who want to be empowered to better understand their health in collaboration with their physicians and care providers. This talk will provide an overview of this topic, as well as the relevant opportunities for new device and sensor makers.

Speaker Bio

Mr. Saeed "Sam" Azimi is CEO and President of DynoSense Corporation with 27+ years of experience in technology development and management with 40+ granted patents. Prior to DynoSense, he was the CEO of Vital Connect, a developer of an electrocardiogram sensor for 24/7 heart monitoring. He grew the organization to a team of 30+ members to investigate advanced medical technologies such as hydration, blood oxygen, blood pressure and glucose monitoring using a small 3-inch wide medical patch. Prior to Vital Connect, Mr. Azimi was the founding VP of Engineering for SOC Storage Group at Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL) where he grew the organization from zero to 500+ employees to become the number #1 provider in this market segment, with total annual revenues of $1.5 billion for his division. During that period, Marvell grew from startup to a public company with $8 billion in market capitalization. Mr. Azimi has also been a member of various technical and corporate committees.


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