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ERT Opens Boston-based Innovation Lab to Advance Patient-Centric Research

ERT, the leading cloud platform solutions provider delivering clinical and scientific innovation through its patient-centric data collection and intelligence solutions, today announced the grand opening of its state-of-the-art Innovation Lab. Located in ERT’s Boston facility, the permanent Lab will open on Tuesday, February 9.

Attendees of the Grand Opening will see demonstrations and displays of how today's technological advances can benefit clinical research, including Hexoskin®, a health monitoring smart shirt used to improve athletic performance and monitor vital statistics. Once fully explored in the Innovation Lab, the Hexoskin smart shirt may prove beneficial for a wide range of clinical research uses, including sleep disorders, respiratory disease, and rehabilitative therapy.

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October 02, 2014

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Hexoskin featured on Engadget

Hexoskin was featured today on Engadget as a "smart shirt for exercise buffs".

Yes it's true, coaches and athletes will enjoy using Hexoskin to optimize their performance and avoid overtraining.

But Hexoskin does so much more! It's the ultimate tool for people who would like to analyze their sleep quality, perform research on cardiac or respiratory metrics, understanding the effects of psychology in sports, etc.

"The newly developed shirt, aimed at people who are fond of exercising regularly, is equipped with sensors capable of tracking over 42,000 data points every minute. Naturally, given that Hexoskin designed its product with athletes in mind, the shirt's bread and butter is to gather stats during physical training sessions, although it can also track daily activities such as sleep."

Read about Hexoskin on Engadget here

Destination: International Space Station. First Stop: Antarctica

The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) uses an Antarctic mission to field test a "smart shirt for space"

January 22, 2014 - Longueuil, Quebec - Canadian Space Agency

XPAntarctik, a crew of six experienced explorers, leaves Canada tomorrow on the first leg of an unprecedented 45-day expedition to Antarctica. During their expedition, the team will be testing Astroskin, a prototype "smart shirt" for space for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).

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bnetTV interview at mHealth Summit 2012

Tony Sklar of bnetTV interviews Yvan Ouellet, VP of Business Development at Carré Technologies at the mHealth Summit show in December in Washington, DC. View full article →

Venture Cap TV interview

Venture Cap TV interview with Pierre-Alexandre Fournier, CEO of Carré Technologies. View full article →