Analog Devices Demos Wicentric's Bluetooth Solutions at electronica 2012
Nov 16, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Wicentric, Inc., a provider of Bluetooth software solutions, announced Analog Devices is using Wicentric's exactLE Stack and Profiles, a protocol stack and profile solution for Bluetooth Smart devices, in a vital signs monitoring demonstration at electronica 2012 in Munich, Germany.
According to a release, the demonstration shows four body-worn Bluetooth low energy sensors connecting simultaneously to an iPad displaying real-time charts of received electrocardiogram (ECG) from the single-lead AD8232 heart rate and cardiac monitoring analog front end (AFE) and motion data from the ultralow power ADXL362 3-axis, MEMS accelerometer.
"Analog Devices needed the right software partner to showcase our low power vital sign measurement platform," said Tony Zarola, Vital Signs Monitoring Marketing Manager, Healthcare Group, Analog Devices. "Wicentric provided Bluetooth low energy system expertise and a reliable, easy to use software solution that ensured a successful demo."
"Wicentric is excited to be working with an industry leader in sensor and signal processing technology solutions," said Jason Hillyard, CEO of Wicentric. "Health and fitness product makers see the potential for innovation when low power sensor ICs are combined with Bluetooth Smart technology, supported by Wicentric's software."
Wicentric's exactLE Stack and Profiles are designed specifically for Bluetooth Smart products such as sports & fitness sensors, mobile phone accessories, and healthcare devices.
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