Olea Announces OleaSenseTM IoT Technology for the Connected Care

The next generation in wireless vital sign monitoring

RENO, Nev., Dec. 1, 2015 -- Olea Sensor Networks, a leader in intelligent sensors and analytic software for sensor network-based systems, announced the OS-3008 with OleaSenseTM software analytics for remote health monitoring applications, featuring real-time data collection of vital signs.


This wireless, contactless device is able to collect and process heart and respiration data, and extract vital sign statistics using Olea's intelligent sensor analytics, transmitting it via Bluetooth to the cloud. No external wires and no direct contact with the body is required. Its compact design, measuring smaller than a business card, may be embedded in a seat back or bed, worn around the neck or in a shirt pocket.

The OS-3008 with OleaSenseTM will revolutionize the access people have to real-time information in monitoring their overall well-being whether they be the elderly, the chronically ill or simply health-conscious individuals. This is a major step forward in the digital health future, providing a platform for enhanced machine learning diagnostics that assist our understanding of the human biological system.

"The OS-3008 with OleaSenseTM is an advanced sensing technology capable of unprecedented reliability and accuracy," explained Frank Morese, Olea CEO and Founder, "and we believe that it also offers the advantage of an additional layer of privacy for enhanced HIPPA compliance when used by healthcare professionals thanks to its Olea HeartSignatureTM biometric identification capabilities. As with all our technologies, it has been developed for market leaders interested in working with Olea to bring the most advanced technologies to market."

About Olea's Intelligent Sensors and Analytic Software
In 2013, Olea launched its flagship product the OS-3001 Intelligent Multi-Sensor Platform, specifically for non-clinical R&D use, as a handheld/wearable, wireless, intelligent, multi-sensor data acquisition platform. It serves as a sensor hub with various on-board intelligent sensors. With the release of the OS-3005 Olea offers a new feature-rich platform, now in its fourth generation and significantly reduced in size. Olea's technologies are designed for use with Olea's sensor analytics software and, optionally, its cloud-based service solutions that take advantage of Olea's IoT Intelligent Partitioning Architecture. The OleaVisionTM life presence detector and the Olea HeartSignatureTM biometric technology further extend these platforms with increasingly advanced intelligent sensors and sensor networks.

About Olea
Olea Sensor Networks (incorporated as Olea Systems, Incorporated) develops intelligent sensors and analytic software for a wide variety of IoT applications, including connected car, connected care, smart home and identity access management. Olea, Olea Sensor Networks, Olea HeartSensor, Olea HeartSignature, OleaSense, OleaVision, IoT Intelligent Partitioning Architecture and DrowseAlert are trademarks of Olea Systems, Incorporated. Other trademarks (registered or otherwise), names and brands may be claimed as the property of Olea Systems, Incorporated or by others.

Additional information about Olea is available at www.oleasys.com. Please follow the company on Twitter: @OleaSys and use the hashtags #ConnectedCare #Biometrics and #BigData.

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