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27 May 2021

FDA clears radar-powered, contactless patient monitor from Xandar Kardian

Radar can be used to track a plane over the horizon, but at much closer ranges—say, on the other side of a bedroom—it can now help detect a person’s vital signs without the need for physical sensor patches, wires or wearables.

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19 April 2021

Face mask detection a newcomer to employee surveillance

The next step in employee surveillance technology might be face mask detection. The technology can, in some cases, also track room occupancy and distance between employees. Face mask detection is part of a broader trend in using technology to monitor employee behavior.

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16 March 2021

Google Nest Hub teases radar tech as the future of smart home privacy

The recent announcement of the Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen) introduces the novel concept of how radar-sensing technology can be leveraged by smart home devices to achieve a number of things — such as monitoring the way someone sleeps at night, without the use of an actual camera. Often, it’s perceived that a camera is necessary in tracking or monitoring activity, such as a traditional home security camera, but the future of radar tech makes for some intriguing, practical applications.

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11 March 2021

Lux Research Names the Top Digital Transformation Startups of 2020

BOSTON, March 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Digital transformation means many things to many people, so it's important to segment and analyze startups developing foundational enabling technologies as well as key impacted applications, such as Industry 4.0 and digital health. ----

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06 March 2021

Future Of Smart Home Security Could Be Beyond Cameras

Ever feel uncomfortable in front of a security camera? You might not, but many people do! The idea of being under surveillance doesn't fit well with everyone. Similarly, home security cameras might make you feel protected, but they can also be uncomfortable at times. There have been many instances when home security devices have fallen prey to hackers.

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02 March 2021

Top Startups Disrupting the Mobility Industry

BOSTON, March 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on interviews with key startups in the industry, Lux analysts have published a list of the top mobility startups in 2020. Lux's experts, who evaluate companies on their technology, business strategy, leadership, and market positioning, have awarded all these companies a "Positive" or "Strong Positive" rating. The list has been published in the market map "Top Mobility Startups of 2020."

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16 February 2021

Xandar Kardian brings radar to real estate and the smart home

One of the biggest trends in the smart home over the next few years will be the adoption of RF-based technologies for presence detection, gesture recognition — even security and health monitoring. These technologies will run the gamut, from the Apple UWB chip to Wi-Fi-based security options provided by your router maker.

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13 January 2021

Monitoring, tracking, and alert products for those 60+ among innovative tech introduced at CES 2021

The growing population of older citizens will soon have an arsenal of helpful technology. It's official. We're getting older and there are increasingly more of us. The World Health Organization predicts the world's population of 60 and older will double to 22% by 2050 from 12% in 2015, and noted, "The pace of population ageing is much faster than in the past."

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28 July 2020


DALLAS—ESX is proud to announce the category winners in its 2020 ESX Innovation Award competition. These products and services were selected by an independent panel of judges based on a set of criteria that considered innovation, end user experience, response to market need and more.

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22 March 2020

Cool and creepy new medical and health devices from Day 1 of CES 2019

While people are gasping audibly at the unveiling of roll-up televisions and being duped into thinking that they can go home and hook up to 5G, some of the most groundbreaking devices unveiled at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas might actually help save our lives.

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Digital Health & Artificial Intelligence 2020: Trends, Opportunities, and Outlook

Digital health and artificial intelligence (AI) promises to change the face of healthcare. Reflecting this is growing interest in the digital health space, as evidenced by a substantial growth in investment over the past few years. Major players from the pharmaceutical, medtech, health insurance, retail and technology industries are all forging ahead with investments and internal product development.

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Remote Patient Monitoring 2019-2029

As healthcare spending around the world increases, innovative methods of delivering cost-effective healthcare must be developed. Remote patient monitoring (RPM), referring to the measurement and analysis of a patient's health status without needing to be physically present at a medical facility or in the presence of a medical professional, has emerged as a promising technology to drive down healthcare costs while maintaining a high standard of care for patients.

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07 January 2019

Radar based non-contact vital sign monitoring home PERS Emergency IOT device to launch at CES 2019 by XANDAR KARDIAN.

Xandar Kardian's disruptive technology targets both home-remote health monitoring market ($32B by 2023 Link) and the PERS market ($11B by 2025 Link). With increasing global aging population and higher demand for independent senior living, home health monitoring systems have been increasing in demand. Xandar Kardian hopes to deliver the ultimate peace of mind and security to both the users and their caretakers by offering 100% contact-free, autonomous monitoring of their vital signs 24/7.

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26 February 2018

Kardian's contactless monitoring system detects falls

It looks like a simple fire alarm, but instead of detecting smoke the Kardian Contactless Health Monitoring System is designed to detect falls. The wireless system uses impulse radio ultra-wideband radar technology and can scan a room one million times per second. The system scans for slips and falls, including sliding falls, and also for when someone sits up quickly, which could alert hospital staff that a patient is about to get out of bed.

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