Monitoring vital signs at the Düsseldorf Marathon
Last April 28th, the Byteflies team along with Henkel runners were present at the Düsseldorf Metro Marathon, all committed to go through the extenuating 42 km end goal. There, our CEO Hans Danneels and our Hardware Engineer Niels Van Thienen culminated months of training.
Using Byteflies wearables for movement monitoring.
Jules is a 6 year old energetic boy, living with his parents in Belgium. He was diagnosed with Legg–Calvé–Perthes disease in 2018. Through this blog we want to share Jules' journey, and his family's determination to find the best possible way to help him. We also aim to shed a spotlight onto such disorders, and how continuous and extensive monitoring with Byteflies Sensor Dots can make a difference for disease progress tracking.
Byteflies at the Metro Marathon Düsseldorf.
Byteflies has recently partnered with the German chemical and consumer goods giant Henkel, smart sole company ARION, and applied electronic expert QUAD, to track a series of physiological signals in 16 participants of the Metro Marathon in Düsseldorf, to take place on April 28, 2019, using Byteflies' sensor dots .