The State of Wearable Sensor Technology

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While wearable devices are growing in number as well as capabilities, the challenge is to make devices that are relevant and do more than gather dust. (more…)

Poor Constructed Big Data Brings Big Risk

Big Data Brings Big Risk
View image |   I had an interesting discussion about security the other day with an IoT media-type. I surprised myself with one of my own comments – a scary event for someone who believes he is self-aware. (more…)

Digital Health Investor Report Says Data First then Big Data Analytics

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View image |   A report was published recently in MobiHealthNews about an investor panel at the HIMSS 2015 conference. Venture capital (VC) investments can be a surrogate for market or technology trends in some cases so I am always interested in how VCs are investing. (more…)

IoT Investment: The Time Has Come to Resolve the Paradox

View image |   In my recent visits to Silicon Valley and Southern California, arguably the heart of the investment world driving IoT, I have been told by experienced CEO’s and investors alike and repeatedly that the venture money is looking to invest in software. (more…)

The Importance of Supporting Women In Engineering

    “Supporting women in engineering has always been important to me and to Logic PD,” said Mona Phaff, vice president of engineering at Logic PD. (more…)

Five Minutes With…Dr. Scott Nelson

  When you ask ten people to give you the definition of IoT, you will probably get ten different answers. (more…)

How the Internet of Things adds value to companies

Why should companies consider turning one time purchases into ongoing experiences? (more…)

It’s not about accuracy, it’s about behavior.

View image |   Study: Smartphone apps count steps more accurately than wearables I read this article the other day and thought to myself: “Really? The accuracy of the number of steps matters? Are these people getting paid by the step?” (more…)

Wearables Get Mixed Diagnosis

  A recent article I read in the Journal of the American Medical Association noted that the pursuit of the healthier-self falls short of the health-related behaviors necessary to improve one’s health. (more…)

Reflections on Frost & Sullivan 2015 Medical Technologies Executive MindXchange

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Logic PD’s Bill Betten wrote an article reflecting on his experience at Frost & Sullivan’s 2015 Medical Technologies Executive MindXchange in San Diego in March for MDT Magazine. The theme of this year’s event was “Embracing a New Healthcare Future” and brought together individuals from a variety of companies in b [...]

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