Connected sensors for the prevention of chronic ulcers (via Wearable Technology Insights)

Bonbouton, Startups Media Coverage

Bonbouton’s smart insoles also monitors the temperature changes. Their product detects temperature differences between the wearer’s feet – a large temperature difference detected between the feet signals decreased blood flow in the foot with the higher temperature. This is cause for concern, as ischemia is another cause of DFUs.
Read more at: https://www.wearabletechnologyinsights.com/articles/14270/connected-sensors-for-the-prevention-of-chronic-ulcers

"MBC Shisaku Fund" invests in no new folk studios

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“MBC Shisaku Fund” invests in no new folks, a startup working on a glowing smart shoes. Orphe is going to expand from the entertainment field to the development of IoT healthcare products. Makers Boot Camp (Darma Tech Labs, head office: Kyoto, Representative Director: Narimasa Makino, hereinafter “MBC”) and no new …