On December 6th 2018, Ciklum and Neopenda co-hosted a webinar where the speakers shared how the team developed a biomedical IoT device that measures and displays multiple babies’ vital signs in real-time. Read the highlights and watch the video record below:
In August 2016, Neopenda, a healthtech company, contacted Ciklum with an idea to produce an innovative healthcare solution to support newborns in low-resource environments around the world. The idea was to develop a simple, low-power wearable device that measures, tracks, and displays four important vital signs for critically-ill newborn babies.
Ciklum R&D Engineering team offered pioneering biomedical IoT development and digital signal processing expertise. Following a thorough analysis of Neopenda’s needs and requirements, Ciklum began the development of a wearable device. The team encountered two main challenges:
- 3 months for the development of a fully functioning PoC from scratch
- Combining R&D of algorithms, with traditional software and firmware development for embedded systems.
In the course of the project, the R&D team developed the following elements:
- Architecture design
- Hardware design
- Signal processing
- Cloud service
- Web application
Neopenda obtained a prototype ready for clinical trials, further improvement, and raised $900k with a biomedical wearable.
Watch our webinar with Teresa Cauvel, CTO at Neopenda, and Yevgeniy Karplyuk, IoT Technical Lead at Ciklum to learn their experience and find out how to build an IoT healthtech device from scratch:
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