Remote Monitoring Provider Zephyr Integrates with Qualcomm’s 2Net mHealth Platform

Remote Monitoring Provider Zephyr Integrates with Qualcomm's 2Net mHealth PlatformZephyr Technology, a provider of various remote monitoring solutions, announced today that it now supports Qualcomm’s recently introduced 2Net Hub and mHealth platform — a cloud-based connectivity solution for healthcare information.

Zephyr’s technology is a perfect fit for Qualcomm’s new connectivity platform, as it’s developed a central mobile health portal that receives aggregated bio-data from the company’s bluetooth-based “BioHarness” mobile medical device.  The device collects vital sign information and communicates by using Android Smartphones to send the data back to the Mobile Health Portal.

Through its integration with Qualcomm’s 2Net platform, the company is able to offer an alternative option to a smartphone, streamlining patient integration and making for a better end user experience.  Zephyr’s BioHarness device is currently being vetted with U.S. Special Forces, NASA and is currently in a series of remote patient monitoring trials as it awaits FDA certification.  Through these medical trials and it’s work with the military, Zephyr claims its perfected its ability to perform fitness testing and physiological measurement with one device, among other use cases.

“The BioHarness and 2Net data system may represent a collective disruptive technology; potentially allowing an individual to use the exact same device to measure life through all phases of fitness, wellness and overall health. The Zephyr Team has created a flexible platform that allows its partners to integrate our technology into larger solutions to measure and monitor human performance. We are extremely proud to be working with Qualcomm Life to deliver solutions for connected health,” says Brian Russell, Zephyr’s CEO.

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