Sports, Fitness & Healthcare

Amyx+ helps Fortune 500 enterprises and game-changing startups with wearables & IoT strategy, innovation, data analytics and product development. We have worked with leading blue chip companies and growth-stage startups across wearables, healthcare, consumer electronics, retail, apparel and footwear, luxury, fitness, advertising and major industries to help sharpen their wearables & IoT strategies. Here are a few sample case studies.

Case Study 1: Medical Wearables

For a publicly-traded biopharma company, we advised them on IoT product landscape, key trends and opportunities of wearable applications in healthcare, most important and prevalent pain points that potential wearables solutions should attempt to solve, challenges in integrating wearables in healthcare, compelling wearable medtech products and services that will be in demand in the future and potential of wearable technologies to reshape disease management.

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2 Wearable Medical Devices for Home Health Care1 Market Size for Smart Wearables for Healthcare

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Case Study 2: Brain Imaging

A brain imaging company approached Amyx+ to leverage AI/ machine learning, cloud and big data to better diagnose brain trauma and to optimize brain disease management in emergency vehicles and at intensive care units. The company aspired to build a wearable 4D brain imaging device in a few years.

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Case Study 3: Respiratory Health Tracking

A respiratory medtech manufacturer envisioned developing a point of care and at home non-invasive test system to allow physicians, patients and payers to track and manage respiratory conditions. The firm was interested in building a digital ecosystem with decision support and connectivity to biometric devices that delivered 1) patient and practice metrics, 2) patient health tracking and education, and 3) predictive analytics and insights.

Another respiratory therapy company wanted to track symptoms and lung training progress more accurately and share data with healthcare providers for better decision-making. The system was a breathing trainer and symptom tracker with a mobile game controller that children interacted with to adhere to therapy.

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Case Study 4: Back Pain and Injury

A venture capital firm engaged Amyx+ to understand the biomechanical sensing and wearable technology space dedicated to the treatment of back pain and sports related injuries. Amyx+ analyzed devices across Lumo Bodytech, Lumo Lift, Upright, Darma and other available products.

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Case Study 5: Smart Mouth Guard

A smart mouth guard startup engaged Amyx+ to build a Bluetooth-enabled mouth guard with biosensors for hydration, impact and biometrics to enable parents, coaches, trainers and team physicians to monitor performance and to prevent athlete related health risks. Amyx+ worked with the client to sharpen their product strategy and the client is currently in product development.

New England Patriots linebacker Jermaine Cunningham (96) drops Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (7) to the field on a hard hit during the first quarter of an NFL preseason football game in Foxborough, Mass., Monday, Aug. 20, 2012. Vick left the game after the play. At left is Philadelphia Eagles tackle Todd Herremans. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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Case Study 6: Olympics

Amyx+ is working with the Olympics in the U.S. and abroad to bring new wearables- and IoT-enabled data analytics to elevate high performance sports to new heights. Amyx+ is in the planning stages on the application of on-the-body wearables, smart stadium, interactive fan experience, and AI/ machine learning data analytics for application to Olympics.

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