Oregon Bioscience Association Annual Pitchfest: Motiosens ties for first place as the winner in the digital health category, 9/2015.
MotioSens receives an NIH National Institute of Aging Phase 1 SBIR, In-home monitoring system for assessing gait using wall mounted RF transceivers, 8/2015.
MotoSens named Finalist (1 of 3 companies selected) at the Angel Oregon Spring Showcase, 4/2015.
Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN) article on MotoSens CEO, “Rising Star: David Edwards Gives the Elderly Their Dignity and Their Children Peace of Mind”, 4/2015
MotioSens named Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) Awards – Finalist for Technology Company of the Year – Pre-Revenue. 3/2015
User testing begins at Mirabella Portland Retirement Community, 1/2015
Best paper award nomination for the publication “MobileRF: a robust device-free tracking system based on a hybrid neural network HMM classifier”, in Proceedings of the 2014 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, Seattle, 9/2014.
MotioSens awarded patent on core tag-free tracking technology. US 8810388 B2, 8/2014
Dr. Jacobs and Dr. Wan receive an NIH National Institute of Aging Phase 2 STTR, Position tracking and mobility assessment system for indoor monitoring of elders, 8/2013.
Dr. Wan and Dr. Jacobs receive a grant from the Alzheimer’s Association – Every Day Technology for Alzheimer’s care (ETAC), A passive tag-free approach to localization and activity monitoring, 10/2012.