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Leading Health Brands Demonstrate ANT+ Interoperability at MEDICA
Date:11/19/2009

Members of the ANT+ Alliance are launching personal health monitoring systems, including blood pressure, at the MEDICA tradeshow in Germany this week. Leaders within the international healthcare industry are taking wireless health devices to a new level of proven connectivity with the established ultra low power (ULP) ANT+ technology.

Cochrane, Alberta (PRWEB) November 19, 2009 -- ANT Wireless ("ANT" www.thisisant.com), a division of Dynastream Innovations Inc. today announces that members of the ANT+ Alliance are launching personal health monitoring systems, including blood pressure, at the MEDICA tradeshow in Germany this week. Leaders within the international healthcare industry are taking wireless health devices to a new level of proven connectivity with the established ultra low power (ULP) ANT+ technology. Among those ANT+ members exhibiting at the MEDICA show are Cosmed, HMM, IDT Technology, Beurer, Spantec and A&D Medical.

Since 2004, the HMM Group has been noted for introducing innovative products for diagnostics, healthcare and wellness. At MEDICA, they are demonstrating the smartLAB hLine suite of products including the ANT+ enabled blood pressure device, weight scales, pedometers, and GSM cellular phones. HMM is also working with Xelic to demonstrate a connection between a Blood Glucose Meter with an iTouch.

“With ANT+ you have freedom,” declared Maher Khoury, Managing Director, HMM. “The ANT+ technology is an uncomplicated, wireless data transfer that is ideal for our line of telemonitoring devices.”

Cosmed Ltd, based in Rome, Italy, also incorporates ANT+ technology in their products including the FITMATE and Quark CPET/RMR series.

“ANT is an interesting, innovative and effective technology,” said Paulo
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