Monitoring Sweat BiomarkersShawn Martin | May 25, 2018
A wearable device hosts a non-invasive sweat sensor system. Sweat is produced from eccrine glands in the dermis layer, and the fluid contains valuable molecular biomarkers that can now be monitored by a device that offers both analytical and chronological accuracy.
Eccrine Systems’ Sweatronics technology was developed for medical, industrial and sports applications. The device monitors sweat biomarkers producing valuable insights into systemic physiological functions and dysfunctions.
Eccrine Systems is now working with industry partners to improve health, safety and productivity for a wide spectrum of applications. They aim to leverage both their licensed technology and intellectual property and to form strategic partnerships that enable rapid development of innovative, customized and specialized sweat sensor systems.