Innovation

Saluting Innovation @ Breathometer

Saluting Innovation @ Breathometer

Saluting Innovation at Breathometer for transforming smartphones into wearable breathalyzers. The “quantified self” movement has seen tremendous growth in the last year with technologies that track steps, heart rate, and sleep gaining market share by the masses. It's not surprising that measuring blood alcohol level would also become important. The Breeze is a wearable, Bluetooth gadget that uses next generation electro-chemical fuel cell sensors to deliver law enforcement grade accuracy for dependable blood alcohol content (BAC) results.

Saluting Innovation @ Johnson & Johnson and Siemens

Saluting Innovation @ Johnson & Johnson and Siemens

Saluting innovation at Johnson & Johnson and Siemens for their collaboration on a personalized medical device platform. Together they created the Personalized Product Innovation platform and developed the TRUMATCH Personalized Solution. 

Saluting Innovation @ Flare

Saluting Innovation @ Flare

Saluting Innovation at Flare for creating the ultimate set of pots and pans. They cook faster and save more energy than ever before. Dr. Thomas Povey, an Oxford rocket scientist, had an interesting observation while camping his buddies that sparked a desire to create a new type of high performance cookware. 

Saluting Innovation @ iFetch

Saluting Innovation @ iFetch

Saluting Innovation at iFetch for keeping the pup entertained while I sit back and relax. Technology has taken over our lives and now pets and owners alike are reaping the benefits. The iFetch is an interactive ball pitching machine for small and medium sized dogs needing a little exercise and excitement in their lives. 

Saluting Innovation @ 3M Health Care

Saluting Innovation @ 3M Health Care

Saluting Innovation at 3M Health Care for redesigning traditional braces to be placed behind your teeth, Incognito style! Many adults are not completely confident with their smile, but don’t do anything about it because traditional braces or plastic aligners are not desirable for those who interact with people regularly. 

Saluting Innovation @ Edwards Lifesciences

Saluting Innovation @ Edwards Lifesciences

Saluting Innovation at Edwards Lifesciences for over 50 years of continued innovation, dating back to 1958 when Miles Edwards teamed with Dr. Albert Starr to develop the world’s first replacement heart valve.