Quantum Operation’s CES Exhibit to Showcase
the World’s First Glucose Measuring Wristband
that Enables Truly Nonstop Monitoring
Health tech startup will also present a nonstop oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring wristband.
TOKYO (Jan. 10, 2021) At CES 2021 (Jan. 11-14, online), Quantum Operation Inc., a Tokyo-based healthcare IoT startup, will present the world’s first noninvasive glucose monitor that is capable of truly continuous measurement. The company’s patented spectrum sensing technology enables the monitoring sensor to accurately measure glucose in a person’s bloodstream through the skin while being worn around their wrist. This monitor eliminates the need and pain of daily needle uses for diabetic patients. During CES, Quantum Operation will also showcase its oxygen saturation measuring sensor (SpO2) that can be worn around the wrist.
The key to achieving this noninvasive 24/7 monitoring are Quantum Operation’s core technologies that include the novel spectrometer materials one of which is designed to emit an optimal spectrum, and another that is highly responsive to target spectra as well as the innovative firmware that efficiently extract targeted data by canceling noise. These technologies can be used to measure all types of vital signs, ranging from heart rate to electrocardiography (ECG).
“Until now, sticking a needle into your finger or arm has been the only available method for accurately measuring your glucose level. Our wristband will change that, making the painful daily routine unnecessary for all diabetic patients,” said Quantum Operation CEO Kazuma Kato. “Our core technologies also enable healthcare businesses to compile accurate big data and provide better solutions for disease control and management. We are very excited to introduce these technologies at CES 2021.”
Noninvasive, accurate and continuous glucose monitoring
Enables healthcare providers to monitor patients’ conditions remotely
Can serve as an effective tool for collecting big data
About Quantum Operation
Quantum Operation is a Tokyo-based healthcare IoT startup focused on making vital sign measurement as easy and painless as possible. With the mission to help people enjoy a healthier and longer lives, the company uses its proprietary technologies to provide innovative solutions for both patients and healthcare providers.
CES is the world’s largest technology trade show that takes place annually in Las Vegas. As the premiere site to introduce innovations, CES 2020 brought together more than 4,600 companies to showcase 20,000 new products and services. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, CES 2021 will be held digitally.