In the Press

September 01, 2011

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Les Affaires: Recording your vital signs with just a t-shirt

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier is developing telemedecine and telecardiology products that enable patients' health to be monitored and recorded remotely.
"We have a long list of people who are interested in the product, including government departments such as the Defence department and the Canadian Space Agency."
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July 01, 2011

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PBS: Smartphone sensors could revolutionize digital magazines

Hexoskin is a Montreal-based company developing health sensors that can be integrated into clothing. The sensors will interact with mobile devices to collect and analyze health information, and could have intriguing media-related uses.

"People in general are taking more responsibility for managing their own health," said Pierre-Alexandre Fournier, CEO of Hexoskin. "It's going to help preventive health [care] ... A lot of this monitoring can be done remotely now because of the Internet."

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Venture Cap TV interview

Venture Cap TV interview with Pierre-Alexandre Fournier, CEO of Carré Technologies. View full article →
March 09, 2011

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Mobi Health News: 2011-03 mobile health roundup

Montreal-based Hexoskin is developing wearable, wireless health sensors, but while those are not yet ready to go to market the company has created a handful of basic smartphone health apps. View full article →
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