April 18–19, 2018Boston Convention & Exhibition CenterBoston, MA

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Case Study: From XPRIZE to CES: Commercialization of a Medical Tricorder


Larry Steinberg (EVP of Business Development, CloudDX, Inc.)

Location: 160 A

Date: Thursday, April 19

Time: 1:15pm - 2:00pm

Pass Type: Conference (Paid) - Get your pass now!

Conference Track: Biomed Track A: R&D

Vault Recording: TBD

In 2017, Cloud DX was named the first-ever XPRIZE Bold Epic Innovator for delivering Vitlaiti, a fully-functioning autonomous medical diagnostic platform, powered by artificial intelligence, modeled after the famous "Medical Tricorder" from Star Trek. Vitaliti records and streams all the vital signs to the cloud with gold-standard accuracy. It analyzes minute blood, saliva and urine samples using Nobel-prize winning lab-on-a-chip technology, developed at Stanford University and the on-board AI can diagnose 19 separate medical conditions completely autonomously. In 2018, a new commercial iteration Vitaliti enters clinical validation trials for full FDA clearance of the wearable continuous vital sign monitor. If you've ever wondered how a product inspired by science fiction makes it in the real world, this talk should not be missed!

Topics covered include:

  • Hear about the engineering, firmware, software and regulatory steps taken to move this award-winning technology out of the lab and into production
  • Discuss the machine learning algorithms employed to measure 7 different respiratory illnesses and how those will be tested in a multi-thousand patient study
  • Explore the hurdles to achieving FDA clearance for multi-channel medical devices, including bio-safety, electrical safety, proof of efficacy and more