Olea Sensor Networks unveils new remote health monitoring technology with biometric authentication
Intelligent sensor and analytics company Olea Sensor Networks is showcasing the latest versions of its vital sign and life presence detecting technologies with biometric authentication capabilities at the upcoming 2018 Sensors Expo and Conference in San Jose, California.
The company will demo its OSN Quadcorder remote health monitoring technology, which offers vital sign collection and biometric authentication powered by the latest version of Oleasense software and analytics, according to the announcement. It will also present the next generation of its OleaVision life presence detection technology for in-vehicle, industrial, and security applications.
“At Olea, we have been able to achieve remarkable fidelity in our wireless vital sign and human presence detection signals and we are very excited about the increased capabilities of the new generation of Olea core technologies,” explained CEO/CTO and Founder, Frank Morese. “The range of applications and industries we serve continues to expand. There has never been a more exciting time for Olea and we look forward to exploring new and interesting possibilities in the world of IoT.”
Biometric technology is being increasingly applied to remote health care, with the OpenMedReady framework announced at The Future of Health Conference in May using fingerprints to authenticate patient identity.