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Plessey To Focus On Tele-Health At The International IC China Exhibition 2013

19th February 2013
ES Admin
Plessey has today revealed that they will be exhibiting at the International IC China Exhibition in Shenzhen from 28 February to 2 March 2013. Plessey will be featuring solutions for the tele-health markets including the handheld imPulse and the wrist worn inCite incorporating the company's award winning EPIC sensor.
Aimed at the home health / Tele-Health markets, the imPulse and inCite allows the routine, quick and accurate recording of ECG signals outside of the medical environment and without the need for conductive gel or skin preparation. These compact, hand-held devices detect ECG signals on touch. The devices measure the lead one ECG and transmit the data via a Bluetooth link to a Smartphone or Tablet.



The EPIC sensor technology works by detecting changes in electric potential that could come from the heart or from muscle's movements. The technology functions as an ultra-high, input impedance sensor that acts as a highly stable, extremely sensitive, contactless voltmeter to measure tiny changes in the electric field.



David Owen. Plessey's Sales Director, added, IIC is the perfect platform to showcase our EPIC sensors for the Chinese tele-health markets. We have seen significant interest in other regions and are well placed to make significant inroads into the China markets.

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