Getting Multiple Vital Signs by a Single Chip for Wearable Devices
Measuring human's vital signs is changing from once a year at the hospital to day to day monitoring. From general wellness management by recording your activity level and resting heart rate to clinically relevent measurements of heart rate variability, respiration, and even oxygen saturation, people are getting more aware of their health condition with various handy wearable devices.
ADI supports the industy by offereing a highly integrated analog front end that brings multiple sensor measurement capabilities in single chip. The ADPD4100 offers multi-wavelength optical, bio-potential , and bio-impedance for a range of use cases either on wrist or chest form factor. Come to see how it's possible with just a little chip!
Systems Applications Engineer
Roberto Munoz is Systems Applications Engineer for Analog Devices Inc (ADI), currently focusing on Vital Signs Monitoring Applications.Â He has over 12 years experience in the semiconductor industry, implementing and improving manufacturing solutions, characterising the performance of products prior to their release to market and currently addressing ADI technology and solutions in relation to the challenges and trends the Healthcare market faces.Â Roberto holds a Bachelor in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, and a MBA from Uniactiva Business School.