CEO and Co-Founder
An accomplished entrepreneur with over 20 years developing groundbreaking technology products, Frederic is the Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of OMsignal, an innovative startup developing bio-sensing garments.
Previously, Frederic was a co-founder of Healthrageous, a Boston based startup enabling mobile chronic condition management leveraging connected devices. He ran the technology and strategy group of inCode Canada, a wireless product consultancy, until its acquisition by Verisign. Before joining inCode, he was a Sr. Director at Bell Canada where he led new web product developments.
Frederic holds an MSc in International Business from the University of British Columbia and a BCom in Marketing from the University of Quebec in Montreal.
Rapid Development of Bio-sensing Garments
Building on our 5 years of developing leading edge bio-sensing garments, OMsignal is launching in 2017 a new smart clothing platform, enabling the quick development of bio-sensing garments for various industries and user cases. Leveraging state of the art e-inks and smart textile components, our sensor kits can easily be integrated in a wide range of garments (tee-shirt, undershirt, bra, camisole…) enabling new medical, industrial, and research applications. Partners can access the data through our API or SDK. We also provide access to our extensive algorithms library for further ease of use.
We’ll talk how recent technology developments make this possible. And how we learned from the past 5 years to develop a flexible platform that can be effectively adapted to numerous needs. Finally, we will provide some user cases on how giving easy access to medical grade bio-signals in comfortable, attractive form factors that people can wear all day will radically change the way whole industries can develop new solutions.
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