Revolutionizing On-Body Biometric Sensors
The new terminology associated with mc10's product -- "bio stamps," "smart stickers," "smart sensors" and "soft electronics" -- speaks to technology breakthroughs likely to dramatically alter connected health devices. Cambridge-based mc10 is pioneering biometric sensors that are thinner and more flexible than paper and which sense and transmit data in a unique new ways that eliminate the clunky "hard box" electronics that are now the standard for on-body and in-body biometric sensors. Speaking at the recent University of Pennsylvania's Connected Health Symposium, company co-founder Benjamin Schlatka explains the new data-gathering devices.

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