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Zephyr to team up with BIOPAC
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Zephyr Technology, the global leader in personal performance and conditioning monitoring, announced that it has signed a supply agreement with BIOPAC Systems Inc, of Goleta, Calif. Zephyr will supply BIOPAC with the Zephyr BioHarness best-in-class physiological monitoring device.

BIOPAC Systems will offer the BioHarness together with its AcqKnowledge data acquisition software to provide a mobile, wireless, physiological monitoring solution.

According to Alan Macy, CEO of BIOPAC, Our new relationship with Zephyr compliments Biopac s mission to offer innovative, competitively-priced life sciences hardware and software.

The BioHarness offers extreme patient comfort due to its all-fabric strap design while its smart fabric sensors ensure product efficacy under extreme conditions. These are key deliverables, which are vital to our customers.

We re delighted to team up with BIOPAC, a world market leader in the development of data acquisition and analysis systems for research and education to deliver fabric-based sensing products , said Brian Russell, CEO of Zephyr.

This partnership provides for the incorporation of Zephyr s advanced fabric-based sensors, electronics and BioSense algorithms into BIOPAC s AcqKnowledge data acquisition systems to overcome the discomfort of plastic straps and improve efficacy.

Additionally, Smart Fabric sensing allows for the integration of Zephyr s patented sensors into garments producing the ultimate in comfort, fit and performance. These products are comfortable to wear and communicate with web, phone and watch applications.

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