2023 Product of the Year Award Public Voting
Voting closes on Tuesday, March 14 at 5:00 PM
Cast your vote to recognize a product design that is unique, improves user experience, and has an impact on productivity and the greater good. The winner will be announced at the mHUB HardTech Summit on March 23. Register now to attend the FREE event.
Finalists for the Product of the Year 2023 are:
AyrFlo Innovation Labs, Inc. | AyrFlo
AyrFlo Innovation Labs is developing an intelligent breathing monitoring system that informs healthcare workers of dangerous respiration changes in real time to prevent respiratory failure. AyrFlo provides accurate, continuous, and objective respiratory measurements for fast and proactive decision support. Medication adjustment and respiratory intervention can be tailored for each patient during sedation procedures or patients who are critically ill in ICU’s and emergency rooms. AyrFlo gives confidence during each second of a patient’s healthcare journey to keep their breathing needs adequate- at all times and at any location.
Dawatek Inc. | RTK (Rapid Testing Kit)
The RTK is a portable diagnostic platform that can diagnose bacterial, viral, and chronic diseases in five minutes, using lasers and machine learning. Dawatek focuses on standardizing the diagnostic processes for many diseases into a uniform design that is simple, fast, and inexpensive. Dawatek’s RTK diagnoses infectious diseases earlier, resulting in fewer infections and allowing medical professionals to provide higher standards of care for other conditions. The RTK also improves the value proposition for primary healthcare providers, allowing them to offer diagnostic services in-office, instead of sending their patients to testing labs.
Icarus RT, Inc. | Quartet
Icarus RT, Inc. is an advanced engineering company based in San Diego, CA developing Quartet, a low-cost hybrid photovoltaic/thermal (PV/T) solar plus storage cogeneration system. The novel thermal storage technology is co-located with commercial and industrial scale PV arrays to improve daytime power output 12-18% and store thermal energy for use after sunset to provide heat and hot water. The system improves affordability, reliability, and performance and will not consume PV output to charge batteries but boosts PV output by lowering panel temperatures. The system enables increased integration, deployment and operation flexibility allowing solar power to better match demand.
Neursantys, Inc. | NEURVESTA
Neursantys is a pioneer in the development of bioelectronic medical devices to diagnose and treat neuro-degenerative conditions caused by aging, injuries, and disease. Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, with a clinical research team in Calgary, Alberta, Neursantys is led by a multi-disciplinary team of IoT device and data platform engineers, clinical neurology practitioners and researchers, and digital healthcare business professionals.
Sibel Health Inc. | Anne® One
AnneOne is an FDA-cleared, medical monitoring solution that leverages advanced soft, flexible sensor that provide ICU-grade performance in a continuous and wearable way. The system further connects with additional wireless measurement system enabling a fully comprehensive monitoring platform that can be used on patients of any age or care acuity. The mobile application provides waveforms, warnings, alerts, and vital sign calculations that enable doctors and nurses to make critical decisions easily and troubleshoot problems intuitively. The system further allows for seamless data storage, transmission, and streaming in a single technology package. Check out this video to learn more about ANNE® One: https://vimeo.com/789077512