Rescon creates novel visualisation methods for the outputs of mathematical modelling of biological network node associations
Rescon appoints three additional researchers to its team in preparation for a busy 2014 - watch the capability space during early January for more details.
Tom Dawson presents on the wearable acoustics project at Collaboration Nation 2014 and also completes his 2013 activity challenge of running every day, or equivalent for the whole year
Lincus undergoes further development for use with those with learning disabilities, general long term conditions, cardiac disorders, multiple and complex needs at risk of homelessness and high performance athletes.
The DE3D wearable device is refined with a focus on industrial and mechanical design input for the first production run in 2014
The Technology Strategy Board advises Rescon that they will be offered a contract to deliver One Precious Life, in collaboration with Going For Independence.
Tom Dawson meets with Max and Pam Wood, the inspirational proof of principle couple behind the One Precious Life program - Max breaks his own 80+ years New Zealand 60 metre sprint track record one day later
Laura Gilbert and Tom Dawson meet with Princess Anne, the patron of Hft, as part of their ongoing technology collaboration with Hft.
Rescon continues work on visualising how genetic transcription changes over time with wild-type and mutant yeast cells in their work with Duke University as part of the DARPA Biochronicity project.
Rescon releases a beta of the Lincus Heart-Tracker application for web and Android based use for self-monitoring of individuals with heart conditions.
Rescon submits IPO patent application for Signal Stabilisation in a Dielectric Assembly.
Rescon's Lincus team, with IT led by Laura Gilbert and backend security led by Alastair O'Neill, launch the first pilot "on the street" trial for multiple and complex service users in collaboration with the YMCA in Liverpool, UK on August 12, 2013.
Rescon commences DARPA Biochronicity Visualisation and Analytics work for Duke University.
Flash memory, upload facility and real-time clock incorporated into DE3D platform offering.
Rescon works with Duke University under the DARPA biochronicity program providing analytics and visualisation support.
Rescon meets with the FDA Medical Countermeasures initiative, Cardiac Medical Device and Cardiac Software team at the FDA headquarters in Silver Springs, MD to discuss taking wearable and hand-held products to the market in the US.
Tom Dawson is invited to join the Long Term Care Revolution TSB sandpit
The Lincus server and android application continues to be developed including transitioning to a secure server solution.
Rescon teams with Leeds NHS, the Universities of Leeds and Oxford and Centrihealth to take the DE3D bioimaging and reporting system into the medical market for patient stratification.
The Lincus website and user portal is launched with functionality for administrators, case managers, survey users and end users. Data fusion and visualisation is further refined with additional tagging functionality for comments, events and interventions.
Rescon presents Lincus and the new generation DE3D wearable sensor system at Health+Care2013 on June 13 and 14 at the Excel Centre in London.
Rescon is selected to be part of the Innovate UK 2013 exhibition in the Business Design Centre, London from March 11-13.
Rescon meets with PSS, part of the Mi collaboration, to co-produce an interactive health booth.
Rescon has further meetings with Green Field Ventures, Moberg Research, Geometric Data Analysis, Duke University, Hft, DARPA, Plessey Semiconductors, the Liverpool Foundation, Riverside Housing, 3 million lives, and the Liverpool City Council to progress a variety of sensor, analytic and community health projects.
Signal Stabilization in a Dielectric Sensor Assembly provisional patent is filed with the USPTO.
Non-resistive Contact Electrical Systems and Methods for Visualizing the Structure and Function of Objects or Systems international non-provisional patent is filed with the PCT.