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COVID-19 research

Gdansk, Poland 15.12.2020

Understanding how to efficiently monitor people affected by COVID-19 and react appropriately to their symptoms is a major issue our world is facing. As Aidmed, we have signed a contract for research related to this concern in part of a competition prepared by the Polish Medical Research Agency.

With help of the University of Warmia and Masuria, University Clinical Center in Gdansk, Mazowieckie Specialist Hospital in Radom, and Provincial Specialist Hospital in Ciechanów, we will be conducting clinical trials and have committed ourselves to deliver 300 units of our health monitors, with a total project budget of $0.5M.

We would like to thank all of our partners that have helped with creating research program.

Funding secured

Warsaw, Poland 10.10.2020

Life Science Innovations brings connections, funds, and experience to revolutionize remote patient monitoring. Regardless of COVID-19 we are looking forward to a bright future as we have closed our first financing round.

Aidlab to receive $1M funding for game development

Gdańsk, Poland 30.07.2020

The video games industry is calling for new, innovative tools to help integrate players with the game world. We believe the Aidlab chest strap can have a great impact on the development of games utilizing biofeedback as part of controlling the game, which is why we took part in GameINN - a competition organized by the Polish National Centre For Research and Development. The solution proposed by us is a response to the growing demand from computer game developers to increase the realism of control of the game world through the use of signals reflecting the player’s physical activity, emotions and engagement.

We’re incredibly proud to announce that our AID2GAME project has become one of the winning projects, chosen for funding in the GameINN acceleration program. The results of our project include a complete set of SDK-type tools, allowing transformation of biofeedback data to a low-dimensional representation describing physiological state, classification of movement activities, measurement of player engagement and more. This will make it possible to integrate Aidlab with any game, which will allow us to arise on the video games market.

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Aidlab is now in Beta

Gdańsk, Poland 26.10.2019

With the release of Aidlab Beta, we're excited to offer a more intuitive experience than ever before - one that will help you focus on your daily health and learn how to improve it. In the updated firmware and app version, you'll find your data has a new home, making it even easier to find your latest measurements, trends, and customized content. Plus, your Aidlab app will now feature relevant insights based on your data.

Aidlab has been positively evaluated in INNOLABS Acceleration program

Gdańsk, Poland 26.10.2018

We’re proud to announce that Aidlab, together with other 100+ innovative projects, won in the 2nd edition of INNOLABS Acceleration. This recognition means further financial support for us to continue developing Aidlab.

Better, cheaper, more efficient research

Gdańsk, Poland 02.02.2018

Chest straps are emerging as a reliable substitute for traditional medical devices; illustrating an abundantly optimistic picture for users and developers. The Aidlab chest strap consolidates its position as a research tool in the matter of continuous internal and external health monitoring.

Over 25 universities from all around the world have already partnered with us by utilizing Aidlab in their efforts to teach future engineers and conduct ground-breaking studies with Aidlab opening new possibilities thanks to its revolutionary compactivity and outstanding user-friendliness.

One of Aidlab's finest qualities is its universality - it's not only suitable for conducting massive studies involving hundreds of patients, but also for a smaller scale study or a preview approach to a research subject - you can easily collect huge amounts of precious comprehensive data even from your own body. Our transparent dashboard and a non-complex, yet providing many possibilities interface allow even those not quite technologically proficient to comfortably and fully benefit each and every Aidlab's feature.

Aidlab opens up new learning possibilities

Gdańsk, Poland 13.07.2017

Since Q2 2017 Aidlab helps companies and training centers meet the growing demand for data science and IoT specialists. Aidlab is a personal assistant you wear on your chest to aid you in everyday routines. Thanks to the advanced system of sensors, it simplifies your training and helps you take care of your health. Aidlab was first introduced in Q1 2017, and from then on various companies and training centers began using the platform and its readings to train students, perform research, and promote their services.

Aidlab workshops are a unique and fascinating introduction to IoT devices and signal analysis. Depending on the demands of the course, Aidlab can serve as a supporting platform for the creation of a device cloud or a medical gadget, allowing the participants to acquaint themselves with basic algorithms used in data processing.

The courses based on Aidlab platform are dedicated to mobile and web developers, statisticians, and medical analysts. However, the courses are designed to suit participants with no professional experience in these fields.

Aidlab is now open for developers

Gdańsk, Poland 03.04.2017

Increasing market demand for health data inspired us to build Aidlab SDK for programmers, scientists, and researchers. Aidlab SDK allows embedding Aidlab into most devices running on iOS, Android, Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.

Aidlab SDK is currently in developer preview and is free to use for development and commercial purposes. Future releases will include extended platform support, companion app integration, and improved ways to control Aidlab device with touch detection.

Incoming change in everyday exercises

Gdańsk, Poland 16.01.2017

We would like to announce the release of Aidlab - a device created especially for people interested in health, sport and fitness.

Aidlab is a wearable providing a great help in counting push-ups, sit-ups, squats, jumps, burpees, and much more. What is even better, Aidlab keeps track of user's health in the middle of training. It analyzes heart, work of lungs, body temperature and overheating. It is enough to put it on chest, set exercises on smartphone and start working out.

Aidlab is not only another activity tracker, but it is the whole system for people spending much time doing fitness and caring about their bodies. With all the functionalities together, it is a reliable sports companion, helping in fitness planning and taking care of the user's health.


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Story Behind Aidlab

Aidlab was created from scratch to fulfill a dream about a device that could be an intelligent personal assistant for everyone. As impossible as it seems, that was the first thought which started the project. We want to give everyone an electronic doctor, fitness instructor, and advisor, always next to you.

The project was started by Kuba Domaszewicz, Miron Miotk and Karol Polaszek in 2014. All of us are high-tech geeks, graduated from the Gdansk University of Technology. After 3 months of speed prototyping with the support of an amazing team of industrial engineers, we were ready with the minimum viable product.

Aidlab is an unusual device now, which supports not only by helping in keeping the body in good shape, but also, giving a lot of information about workouts. It is the work of two of our teams – the hardware one, concerned about the sensors, and software developers, who have a deep understanding of core functionalities presented by complicated miniaturized technologies.