Visit Shimmer Research at the BSN 2012 being held at Imperial College in London between the 9th and 12 of May.
BSN 2012 is the 9th International conference on wearable and implantable body sensor networks, and Shimmer Research will have a booth located in Ambulatory room of the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) on the 10th and 11th of May during the main conference proceedings (please see floor plan below for more details).
Body Sensor Network (BSN) technology has gained significant interest in recent years from researchers both in academia and industry. With the development of innovative wearable/wireless/implantable biosensors, the applications for BSNs extend from in-vivo monitoring and intervention to healthcare, as well as fitness, life-style monitoring, sport and security. BSN 2012 will address the fast-growing BSN research and offer participants a unique forum to discuss the key issues and innovative solutions in current BSN research and its future applications.
Shimmer Research will have leading application engineers available at our booth during the conference to talk through any questions, along with the full range of Shimmer’s sensing capabilities on display. Visitors to our booth will also be able to view the full range of supporting applications including the recently released MATLAB, LabVIEW and Multi Shimmer Sync solution. For a sneak preview at some of the demo’s on show – watch the following EMG/Strain Gauge demo via the following link.
To contact us in advance email us at firstname.lastname@example.org … hope to see you there!!
Visit Shimmer Research at the IEEE SENSORS 2011 Conference from October 28th – 31st. The University of Limerick in Ireland is the venue for the event, and Shimmer Research will have a stand located at the main entrance next to the Registration Desk. We will have information, equipment, and some application demos at the stand throughout the event, and visitors will have the opportunity to meet with our engineers and discuss potential applications.
The IEEE SENSORS Conference provides a common forum for research scientists, engineers and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research findings ideas, developments and applications in the area of sensors and sensing technology. IEEE SENSORS 2011 Conference will include keynote addresses by eminent scientists as well as Invited Speakers for the Topical Special sessions.
Visit the IEEE Sensors 2011 – Conference Website
SHIMMER Research will be presenting at the Northeast Bioengineering Conference 2009 to be held at Harvard Medical in Cambridge Mass. from April 3rd – 5th.
Steve Ayer and Ben Kuris will speak on the topic of Wireless Sensing Platforms for Medical Research at the Friday morning “Workshop on Wearable Tecnhology in Medicine”. This workshop is being organised by Dr. Paolo Bonato of Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Harvard Medical School, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology.
The objective of the workshop is to provide attendees with an overview on recent developments in body sensor networks and e-textile technologies, two key elements of wearable systems. In addition the workshop will provide examples of emerging medical applications of wearable systems.
We encourage you to stop by if you are at the event and we will be available to meet following the close of the session. Hope to see you there!
Dr. Catalin Caranfil, Lead Technologist here at SHIMMER Research will be presenting at the Center for Connected Health Symposium 2008 to be held at Harvard Medical in Cambridge Mass. The theme of this years event, sponsored by Partners Healthcare is “Who Provides, Who Decides, Who Pays: Consumers, Clinicians and Business Models in the Connected Care Era”. The event will be held over two days on the 27/28th of October.
On Tuesday afternoon at 2:45 in the Bray room, Catalin will be giving an overview of SHIMMER as well as showing some demos of the platform in action.
We encourage you to stop by if you are at the event and we will be available to meet following the close of the session at 3:35. Hope to see you there!