Microchip Will Integrate With PositiveID's Wireless Body(TM) Platform to Provide Early Warning at the Onset of an Illness
Solutions of Malaga,
Spain. The microchip, which uses radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, is able to measure internal temperature within the body and communicate that temperature wirelessly to an external reader. The Company plans to integrate the temperature-sensing microchip with its Wireless Body™ platform.
As previously announced in
November 2010, PositiveID teamed up with RFID Solutions, an advanced technical development group with innovative automated manufacturing and expertise in specialized requirements for sensors in RFID markets, to develop the temperature-sensing microchip for use in humans.
The Company expects its Wireless Body platform will continue to evolve with the addition of other bio-sensing capabilities, including glucose-sensing through its GlucoChip™, which is currently under development. The Wireless Body will be designed to enhance wellness and disease management, for diabetes and other chronic illnesses, by allowing healthcare systems to communicate with each other and deliver solutions to patients seamlessly.
The Wireless Body communication system is built on the Company's Patent No. 7,125,382 for an Embedded Bio-Sensor System.
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