The company is developing a wearable device to monitor oxygen levels that it hopes to pitch first to the fitness world.
CTIA Wireless Foundation today announced the six finalists in Catalyst, its competitive grants program accelerating social entrepreneurs using 5G innovations to enhance American communities.
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Startup the Week Series. Today we are introducing you to the founder of Oxiwear, Shavini Fernando.
Because exercising at high altitudes increases the risk of hypoxia or low oxygen levels in the body, OxiWear has created an ear-wearable pulse oximeter for continuous oxygen monitoring and low-oxygen alerting.
We doubt this will be the last time you’ll hear from these standouts.
OxiWear, the Arlington, Virginia-based startup that developed a wearable vital monitoring and emergency alert device, is making strong moves in its latest bridge round.
The final round featured two local health care startups, both Halcyon accelerator companies — and both putting up a good fight.
OxiWear announces it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Gibraltar-based E.P. Global Events Limited and company-owned brands World’s Highest OCR (Obstacle Course Racing) and ALTITUDE OCR World Series, World Finals and World Championships, which include altitude trekking ascents, obstacle course and endurance distance races on Mount Everest, Mount Kilimanjaro and other planned extreme altitude locations […]
Our 2022 Inno Madness competition is here, with 32 local startups in contention for the title.
OxiWear is an ear-wearable that continuously monitors the blood oxygen levels of the wearer and gives them pro-active haptic alerts as the oxygen levels are falling below safe thresholds.