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ZP featured on Oxford Uni’s page

Zimmer and Peacock are delighted to be featured on Oxford University’s website, please click here to go the Oxford Uni website.

ZP Speaking at Biosensors 2020 – 26 – 29 May 2020 Busan Korea

Zimmer and Peacock are delighted to be speaking at the Biosensors 2020 Summer School Workshop in Busan Korea.

We will be discussing the commercialization of biosensors.

ZP Speaking at 6th Medica Connected Healthcare Forum – Medica

Zimmer and Peacock are delighted to be speaking at the Medical Connected Healthcare Forum, 2019 at Medica.
Date and time – 18 November 2019 @ 11 AM to 13:00 PM.

Abstract – In this talk ZP will discuss how choosing the right technology behind your wearable biosensor ideas will cut the cost, the time and the risk of getting to market.
Everyone wants reliable and accurate wearable biosensors for their Healthcare and Wellness Ideas and often they need the technology at consumer level pricing. In this discussion ZP will give examples of how the strategy of borrowing from the glucose strip manufacturing world leads to a wearable biosensor platform at a sensible price point.
We will discuss what borrowing means in terms of the: Science. Engineering and Manufacturing lessons that can be learnt.
A central theme of the talk is that biosensors and printed electronics are not separate disciplines rather they are a single discipline for those wanting to achieve a wearable biosensor platform, and a working example will be presented during the discussion.

Chloride resilient sensors and SPE

In this video we discuss why the latest chloride resilient reference electrodes from Zimmer and Peacock are important to people using screen printed electrodes of silver/silver chloride electrodes as part of their development.

Parallel Testing of Sensors

At ZP we try to be efficient with our time and with that of our clients, that is why we we have designed parallel ways of testing sensors and electrodes. Find out more here.

ZP @IFT 19

The ZP Chili Technology Group will be exhibiting at the IFT.

How Sensor Technology has led Medtech to Real-World Success in Wearable Medical Devices

ZP will be talking at BioMed Devices – Wed. May 15| 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM | Center Stage, Booth 5

The convergence of consumer wearables and medical devices is now clear…just look at the most recent product announcements from Apple, Fitbit, Garmin, etc. But, the dynamics of how and when that convergence will play out are still in the “forming” stages. The early indications are showing the market evolving into 4 categories of medical wearable development, and innovation is driven by sensor technology enabling these new devices. Attendees will get unique insights into these categories, and the panel will take a clear, no-nonsense approach to discussing the opportunities and challenges in each.

Topics covered include:

User interfaces – wearables as a new UI for existing health and medical devices

Health screening – using sensors in wearables for screening of chronic health conditions

Medical device replacement – wearables worn outside medical facilities for higher patient compliance

New medical solutions – completely new systems that address previously unsolvable problems

How to Hack Existing Sensors to Create Nextgen Wearables and Other Devices

ZP will be talking at Medtech Hub onThu. June 13| 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM | Medtech Hub, Booth #1669 Y

Come see a fun and exciting demonstration that explains how sensors that measure the hotness of chili peppers can easily be manipulated to measure glucose and other important elements quickly. These sensors are the newest wave of sensors enabling a range of new health and wellness applications, some used in wearable devices. In this session, you’ll hear what’s already happening and available, what will soon be possible, and how to incorporate these next-generation sensors into your next medical device before the market for your device has passed you by.