Biometrics, Daily Updates, Future Ear Radio, Longevity Economy, Podcasts

045 – Ryan Kraudel – Blood Oxygenation Sensors for Consumer Wearables

This week's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Ryan Kraudel, VP of Marketing at Valencell. Ryan has been on the podcast a number of times, as he is the most knowledgeable person I know with regards to biometric sensors, and since biometric monitoring has been such a large theme for Future Ear, he's… Continue reading 045 – Ryan Kraudel – Blood Oxygenation Sensors for Consumer Wearables

Biometrics, Daily Updates, Future Ear Radio, Hearables, Hearing Healthcare, Podcasts, VoiceFirst

032 – Wearables as Early Detection Health Systems (Panel)

This week's episode of the Future Ear Podcast features a panel discussion between Andy Bellavia (Knowles Corp), Ryan Kraudel (Valencell), Chris Economos (PhysIQ), and myself. Our conversation this week revolved around the feasibility of using wearables and a variety of sensors to build early detection systems for individual data health sets. The ensemble of guests… Continue reading 032 – Wearables as Early Detection Health Systems (Panel)

Aural Attention Economy, Biometrics, Daily Updates, Future Ear Radio, Hearables, Hearing Healthcare, Longevity Economy, VoiceFirst

016 – Carl Thomas – Hearables-as-a-Platform

The next episode of the Future Ear Podcast features Carl Thomas, Founding Director at Audiowings. Along with launching wearable company, Audiowings, Carl also founded Wearables London seven years ago, which brings industry thought leaders and executives together. As someone who has a long history working in the wearables industry, I figured Carl would be a… Continue reading 016 – Carl Thomas – Hearables-as-a-Platform

Biometrics, Daily Updates, Flash Briefings, Future Ear Radio, Hearables, Longevity Economy, Podcasts, VoiceFirst

010 – Ryan Kraudel – Biometric Sensors + Hearables

Today's episode of the podcast features, Ryan Kraudel, VP of Marketing at Valencell. Valencell manufacturers optical-based, PPG (photoplethysmogram) sensors that are designed to be integrated into a variety of wearables, consumer hearables and hearing aids. If you've ever used an Apple Watch before and noticed the blinking green light on the underside of the device,… Continue reading 010 – Ryan Kraudel – Biometric Sensors + Hearables