2022 Louis Schwitzer Award Celebrates Engineers Behind NTT INDYCAR SERIES’ EM Marshalling System Innovation

  • 56th annual award presented to engineers Luca De Angelis, Luca Pierrettori, Taylor Prohaska and Simone Pusca

  • Award sponsored by BorgWarner and presented by the Indiana Section of the Society of Automotive Engineers International

  • Technology provides two-way over-the-air communication to each car, team, race control and track flag system

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., May 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the 56th annual Louis Schwitzer Award was presented to EM Motorsport engineers Luca De Angelis, Luca Pierrettori and Simone Pusca, as well as NTT INDYCAR® SERIES engineer Taylor Prohaska for their creative thinking and engineering innovation in

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Medical Sensors Move to RF Technology

Most wearable sensors use off-the-shelf optical sensors. A three-year-old medical technology company, Movano Inc., has chosen a different path by using radiofrequency technology to develop a patented system-on-chip (SoC), that will provide a platform for a range of sensors to be incorporated into future medical wearables.

Movano has started beta testing a prototype sensor using the RFIC, that will be able to perform blood and glucose sensing. The company hopes to eventually migrate this technology to a range of sensors monitoring other vitals, such as heart rate and respiratory rate.

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RedWave Technology Introduces the XplorIR

DANBURY, Conn. – May 20, 2022 – Homeland security company RedWave Technology is introducing the XplorIR, the most innovative gas-identification system specifically developed for today’s emergency response missions.

The XplorIR can identify over 5,500 gases at low part per million (ppm) concentrations. It is the first handheld FTIR identification tool with this breadth and sensitivity. The lightweight device can be used on scene, measuring the gas at its source. The XplorIR can identify many dangerous gases, including toxic industrial compounds (TICs), flammables, corrosives, industrial gases, and many other chemicals at operationally relevant levels.

Jon Frattaroli, CEO of RedWave Technology stated,

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Technology’s Role In Repairing A Broken Healthcare System

Jaideep Tandon is Chairman of Infinx Healthcare, a leader in AI-powered, specialist-supported patient access and revenue cycle solutions.

Today, the three major healthcare stakeholders—patients, providers and payers—are frustrated and resentful.

Patients may interact with their doctors for 15 minutes, only to spend an hour or more on the phone with the biller. They don’t understand the many bills coming to them from different directions, and often assume — believing these bills are insurance’s responsibility — they can leave them unpaid.

Providers are frustrated that insurance companies dictate which tests and procedures their patients should have. And when insurers

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