(PRWEB) June 16, 2016
Innovations with Ed Begley Jr. announced today that it will feature iXensor Co. Ltd. (iXensor) in an upcoming episode, airing fourth quarter 2016 via Discovery Channel. Dates and show times TBA.
With headquarters in Taiwan, iXensor was founded in Palo Alto, CA (2012). In this episode, Innovations will take a behind-the-scenes look at how iXensor manufactures and markets its integrated self-monitor blood glucose medical device and diabetes management services.
In addition, audiences will learn about iXensor’s first product, the PixoTest(R) system, which is unlike other mobile glucose monitoring systems. Rather than only providing data management or wireless/wired connection to blood glucose meters (BGMs), PixoTest(R) directly turns the user’s smartphone into part of the PixoTest(R) system. Thus measurement, data analysis, and cloud-based services are seamlessly merged.
“Nowadays almost everyone owns a smartphone. People spend more and more time using it. The mission and the vision of iXensor is to provide people with a better mobile healthcare solution. Hence, we integrate the smartphone into part of our system. Now users don’t need to carry any other test meters. Just by their smartphone, they can test their blood glucose and other tests anytime and anywhere. We got 30 patents around the world and CE mark in Europe. We spare no effort on developing better mobile health solutions for everyone,” said Alan Tsai, CEO of iXensor. “It’s an honor to have this chance to cooperate with Innovations TV. Hope that this kind of innovation will bring the world better condition of lives.”
“iXensor has invented a unique all-in-one platform that it plans on expanding into other tests such as cholesterol, uric acid and cardiac enzymes,” said Michele Nehls, producer for the series. “We are excited to enlighten audiences on how iXensor plans to share this new vision of what mobile health can do for glucose monitoring.”
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