TECHNOLOGY & LIFE. INTEGRATED.
Collecting and analyzing human data enables huge medical applications such as predictive medicine (big data analytics to predict the probability of disease and instituting preventive measures). Implantable medical sensors are extremely difficult and expensive to produce because they must be minuscule in size, be composed of biocompatible materials, and ideally have no battery and electronics.
Integra Device’s highly-experienced team consists of biomedical, materials, electrical and micro-mechanical engineers and PhDs. With 15 years of research in integrating a wide variety of materials, including polymers and biomaterials, Integra holds a unique capability to build zero-power, implantable microsensors
"THE EYELASH": ZERO-POWER PRESSURE SENSOR
With no electronics on board, this completely zero-power wireless pressure sensor brags a footprint smaller than a human eyelash