Welcome to this week’s newsletter from Zimmer and Peacock. This newsletter is a mixture of news, stories and tech notes from Zimmer and Peacock. If you want to subscribe to our newsletter or have any questions regarding Zimmer and Peacock and our passion for biosensor technologies please don’t hesitate to contact us.
How accurate is FoodSense?
ZP are delighted with FoodSense for food quality and food safety. In this link you will find some repeatability data from measuring the hotness of a range of chilli sauces.
ZP published in IEEE
ZP are delighted to be an author on recent paper published in IEEE.
The $ 50 wearable sensor platform
At ZP we know that wearable biosensors is part of the future, so we are focused on a platform for our customers and clients that accelerates them to market.
Sensors for Food and Agriculture Roadmap
At ZP we are passionate about FoodSense and what it offers to the Food and Agricultural market, we have written a post regarding where we are today and where we will be tomorrow.
Glucose sensor kit from ZP
At ZP we are always trying to make our customers and clients lives easier, and hence why we have developed this glucose sensor bundle of two glucose test solutions and ten glucose sensors.
If you have any questions regarding ZP please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Temperature effect on glucose sensors
In this short article ZP shows the effect of temperature on a glucose sensor.
Sensors in Medicine 2019
ZP will be exhibiting at the Sensors in Medicine 2019 on 11 -12 September at Copthorne Tara Hotel in Kensington.
The 6th Annual Sensors in Medicine and Healthcare Conference will answer the question “What is the Future of Sensors in Healthcare?”
There are well established healthcare applications of sensors in blood gas, electrolytes, glucose and pregnancy testing, and many others which are at various stages of development.
Emerging trends in sensor applications for healthcare which will be featured at SiM19 include: Wearable sensors for monitoring chronic conditions, Point of Care technology, Low cost and disposable sensors, Sensors for infectious diseases