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DSEI 2019: Bodytrak looks to hypoxia monitoring solution

3rd September 2019 - 11:05 GMT | by Gerrard Cowan in Belfast

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Bodytrak is planning a range of technological upgrades to its physiological monitoring device in the coming months including monitoring hypoxia, with the company set to demonstrate the system at the upcoming DSEI.  

These upgrades are planned for the coming months, CEO of Bodytrak, Leon Marsh, told Shephard. Most notably, it will upgrade its sensor to monitor for conditions associated with oxygen deprivation (such as hypoxia). This will require upgrades in both the hardware and the software side, Marsh said. 

Speaking to Shephard Marsh said that the product has been sold to both the UK Ministry of Defence via the Defence And

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