South Africa-based LifeQ, which has tapped into the human sensor through a collaboration of technologies, has launched globally at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, United States (US).
LifeQ, which is a project of health tech startup HealthQ, has created technology that allows people to optimise and improve the condition of the human body and live intelligently through continuous physiological monitoring and bio-mathematical modelling.
The company is at CES to demonstrate how the technology will enable wearable device companies, application developers, data scientists and other experts to better monitor, understand and manage physiology, behaviour and health.
“It’s a huge opportunity to stand beside global brands and talk about our vision as a company and how much of an impact we can make. We want to change the way people think about their health, and this new development is finally allowing us to do that,” said executive founder of LifeQ Dr Riaan Conradie.
“We can now deliver incredible insights to people about their bodies, potentially even predicting a heart attack. CES speakers are watched by millions of people so it is a fantastic launch platform for us and a great place to engage with potential partners.”