The wearable lab at Flex (formerly Flextronics) reports it’s making strides when it comes to creating devices that are transparent and seamless.
“Usually when you think about healthcare, you picture a person in a bed with wires running all around. We think healthcare should be as easy as putting on a T-shirt,” said John Carlson, president of health solutions at Flex. (Check out Flex at booth No. 102 at DeviceTalks Boston)
In Flex’s San Jose innovation and early technology labs, Anwar Mohammed shared one of the most intriguing technologies with medical applications. Mohammed is senior director at the advanced engineering group at Flex and provided some insight into the technology during a press tour this week. (Note: None of the devices MDO was shown are FDA cleared or approved. They were strictly proof of concept.)