Healthcare, wellness and sport
Enabling digital healthcare through data
The ongoing digital transformation in healthcare is setting new standards for care and efficiency. Our industrial heritage in precision engineering and decades of knowledge in the areas of low-power electronics, sensing and processing is contributing to a new era of digital, personalized healthcare with better monitors, implants, assistive devices, AI-based diagnostic tools, and laboratory instruments.
Our research activities on non-invasive long-term multi-modal monitoring solutions are opening up new applications in the fields of telemedicine, rehabilitation, home care, sports and wellness.
The medical wearable technologies we develop help patients track their health and give healthcare professionals access to information that drives improvements in treatments, medical services, insurance, as well as our understanding of the human body itself.
Better monitoring. Better outcomes.
Our sensor technologies are providing improved ergonomics, higher information content, lower cost, higher autonomy, and high signal quality. They allow for the comprehensive measurement of physiological signals during daily activities. These physiological signals include biopotential, impedance, blood pressure, heart rate and its variability (HRV), skin and core body temperatures, SpO2, sound (such as coughing, wheezing, or snoring), and human kinetics.
Creating value for patients and partners
These innovative tools for managing pathologies have the potential to not only improve the lives of patients and caregivers, but also to cut costs. They create added value in the fields of implants, assistive devices, diagnostic tools, and point-of-care systems to serve the needs of telemedicine. We collaborate with partners across the healthcare, fitness, and wellness industries to realize the full potential of the digital health transformation.
Meet our happy customers
With the help of CSEM we will open up our aphasia app—which provides training for people who have lost their ability to speak due to stroke—to other languages. We believe there will be semantic differences between languages, and this has to be transferred into machine language models of meaningful content.
CSEM’s know-how in the field of medicalgrade wearable devices and experience in sensor technologies have helped us realize the desired capabilities for EPIOS. We are very much looking forward to trialing the system and helping improve quality of life for people living with neuro-disorders.
We have selected CSEM’s IP because of its remarkable performance and quality. Furthermore, we’ve received excellent support from CSEM’s design team which is fundamental when you’re developing a product as advanced as Oticon OpnTM.
Nano Retina aims to restore functional vision to blind patients who have lost their sight due to retinal degenerative diseases. CSEM’s long experience in ultra-low-power ASIC design was instrumental in allowing us to achieve the required energy budget for our NR600 implant.
Lymphatica’s first artificial lymphatic vessel for the treatment of lymphedema is composed of an implanted micropump, controlled externally via a wearable device. Working with CSEM allowed us to develop and produce the first series of wearable controllers to be used in a firstin- man clinical investigation in lymphedema patients.
Clinical Innovation Manager
Thanks to CSEM’s expertise in wearable sensors, signal processing, and medical devices we will accelerate the launch of a disruptive device blending advanced 3D sensor technology with clinically validated algorithms. This will transform the management of patients with severe motor impairments and reduce healthcare costs.
We worked with CSEM to develop a prototype next generation wearable heart rate tracker. Combined, their technical excellence, deep understanding of a companies needs, agile research approach and focus on outcomes was both impressive and unique.
Professor Patrick Schoettker
Chief Medical Advisor
CSEM has experience working with the watchmaking industry and is a world-leading expert in oscillator systems. That’s where you go when you’re seeking technologies that break the mold.
CSEM belongs to the globally leading organizations when it comes to medical wearables. Their experience, technology portfolio, IP, know-how, and advice have greatly contributed to building Ava, a company with the mission to improve women’s health.
Aktiia aims at reducing the burden of hypertension with just a sleek bracelet, the fruit of more than 15 years of research and development done at CSEM. Their multidisciplinary team, scientific approach, and passion for innovation have been invaluable throughout the creation of our breakthough solution for cuffless blood pressure monitoring.