Rescon News

December 2014

December 2014

Published: 1st January, 2015

Rescon continues collaborative work with: the Universities of Surrey, Sussex, Nottingham and Cardiff; Duke University; Plessey Semiconductors; Liverpool CCG; Sense Innovation; and Hft on sensor development, data visualisation, Lincus and other Wellbeing projects.

The Rescon team of researchers, developers, designers, supporters and exotic animals get together for a great End of Year celebration in Hampshire, UK.

Rescon features on the Science and Techology Facilities Council ESA website.

The Rescon team complete their second annual carol run around Crondall on Christmas Eve singing Good King Wenceslas, We Wish You a Merry Christmas and Jingle Bells.

Welbeing-Tracker

Wellbeing-Tracker prototype development continues.

Lincus

Integration work starts on incorporating Lincus into Liverpool CCG Mi platform.

November 2014

November 2014

Published: 9th December, 2014

Rescon are shortlisted for the Medilink North West Outstanding Achievement Award for the impact of One Precious Life.

Rescon attend the Long Term Care Revolution National Challenge Launch Event

Rescon features on the Science and Techology Facilities Council ESA website.

The Rescon team complete their second annual carol run around Crondall on Christmas Eve singing Good King Wenceslas, We Wish You a Merry Christmas and Jingle Bells.

Welbeing-Tracker

The ESA funded Wellbeing-Tracker progresses well in collaboration with Milestone Consulting and Sense Innovation.

Lincus

The technology underlying Lincus has a full patent allowance granted by the USPTO on 11 November 2014 (submitted January 2011).

Technical reports for Lincus for the YMCA and Hft pilots are now available on the web.

Rescon continues to work with Hft in implementation of Lincus into workflow to enhance the wellbeing of the individuals they support.

One Precious Life

The One Precious Life technology report is published online.

October 2014

October 2014

Published: 7th November, 2014

Rescon launch a Kickstarter campaign for Things We Never Talk About.

Rescon travel to Hong Kong to attend the Hong Kong Electronics Fair.

Rescon opens a third office in Harwell to continue to develop their hybrid sensor wearable technologies with support from the European Space Agency

Rescon exhibit at the Arthritis Research UK Marketplace event in Nottingham and the 2nd NWC Connected Health Ecosystem event in Chorley

Tom presents at the Intersystems Innovation event in London

Tom is quoted in the Times about issues surrounding wearable technology.

September 2014

September 2014

Published: 3rd October, 2014

Tom Dawson and Laura Gilbert visit Duke University to further develop the DARPA Biochronicity data visualisation platform.

Rescon continue development of their new book, set for Kickstarter release soon.

Lincus

Lincus has a major makeover to provide end users and organisations with more choice including optional skins and icon sets.

Wellbeing-Tracker

Rescon continue to develop DE3D/Wellbeing-Tracker and prepare to move into their new wearables base at Harwell with support from the European Space Agency.

One Precious Life

The InnovateUK (TSB) funded One Precious Life for Long Term Conditions research program comes to an end, with positive outcomes for participants, coaches and ResconŐs technology base.

August 2014

August 2014

Published: 3rd September, 2014

Tom Dawson travels to Thailand with Steve Haase, from Duke University, where they work with the Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences at a research post in Sangklaburi and in the headquarters in Bangkok to gain further understanding of the clocks that govern Malaria with a view to developing better therapies

Rescon is awarded trademarks for -tracker, OPAL and Quantox. The Quantox project with the Compton Group from Oxford University continues to progress well

Rescon develops its wrist based OPAL-tracker activity tracker integrating software, industrial design and supply chain components in preparation for release this year

July 2014

July 2014

Published: 26th August, 2014

Rescon are notified that the European Space Agency plan to award them funding to further develop the DE3D/Wellbeing-Tracker wearable acoustic and electric field technology

Rescon is awarded a further 12 month contract to work with Duke University and the DARPA Biochronicity team to understand biological clocks to address global issues such as death and suffering from Malaria

Lincus

Lincus continues to be developed with expansion of icon libraries and integration of algorithms for the detection and notification of decline in wellbeing

Lincus for Hft progresses well and proves valuable as a communication tool (identifying unrecognised issues) for those with learning disabilities

One Precious Life

Rescon's One Precious Life coaches continue to recruit and engage with members in the Liverpool pilot

Rescon's new and improved One Precious Life website (https://onepreciouslife.com) is launched, with over 300 blogs now published

June 2014

June 2014

Published: 16th July, 2014

Rescon's founder, Tom Dawson, meets the Queen and the Dukes of Edinburgh and Kent at Buckingham Palace as a representative of UK Technology at an event arranged by the Duke of York

Rescon presents their wearable acoustic and electric field technology to the European Space Agency accelerator at Harwell, Oxfordshire

Rescon publish Family Guide to Long Term Conditions: A Performance Guide Book on Amazon Kindle in 12 countries

Rescon's wearable Cardiac-Tracker technology continues to be developed, in collaboration with Hft, for early detection of epileptic seizures

Lincus

Lincus development with Hft continues well and Rescon launches another video on Lincus on the Evolution of Communication

One Precious Life

Rescon's One Precious Life coaches engage with members as the Liverpool roll out continues

May 2014

May 2014

Published: 6th June, 2014

Tom Dawson's trip to Thailand to help in the fight against Malaria with Duke University is cancelled due to the military coup

Rescon starts working on a new type of fashionable wearable technology to be released this year

Rescon moves the head office to Crondall, Hampshire whilst opening a second office in Liverpool

Lincus

Lincus for Hft progresses well and Rescon also releases a Lincus descriptive video on Youtube

One Precious Life

Rescon is represented by a 7 strong One Precious Life team at the TSB Revolution Evolution event on May 1, 2014 where the One Precious Life Baggage video is premiered

One Precious Life runs workshops on diabetes, dementia, nutrition, sports psychology and cardiovascular disease at the Older Persons Conference in Liverpool on May 21

Over 100 One Precious Life blogs on health, nutrition, lifestyle, technology and psychology are published during May

April 2014

April 2014

Published: 13th May, 2014

Tom Dawson presents on Rescon's work with Hft at Anfield, Liverpool in a Technology for Learning Disabilities event with HRH Princess Anne as keynote speaker

Hft announces teaming up with Rescon to research and develop a wearable sensor system for early prediction of epileptic seizure

Rescon commences work with Milner on a Proof of Market study investigating the commercial feasiblity of Rescon and Oxford University's Glutathione sensing technology

One Precious Life

The One Precious Life website goes live along with regular blog-style articles on health, wellbeing and technology

The One Precious Life coaches and rest of the Rescon team premier Chessball - more details to follow

March 2014

March 2014

Published: 13th April, 2014

Rescon is awarded a Proof of Market grant from the Technology Strategy Board for their rapid glutathione detection technology

Lincus

Rescon launches Lincus for Hft, in collaboration with Hft in Devon

One Precious Life

The One Precious Life program continues relentlessly. Rescon-s four performance coaches - Hannah Clowes, Hayley McCowan, Kimberly Barnes and Ryan Ward - join the program and start intensive training in Farnborough on March 17

DE3D

Work on the DE3D wearable sensors continues as Rescon transitions into production runs

February 2014

February 2014

Published: 13th March, 2014

Rescon recruits further staff including three graphic artists and four performance coaches to support ongoing projects

Rescon's new website is launched

Lincus

Lincus is awarded "Highly Commended" for innovation in the South East Health Technology Alliance 2013 awards. "The judges were impressed by the highly innovative approach you have developed to help individuals make positive lifestyle changes - especially those with long term conditions"

One Precious Life

Rescon works on One Precious Life with GFI and Lexiab and the project is made public by the Technology Strategy Board as part of the Long Term Care Revolution

January 2014

January 2014

Published: 17th February, 2014

Rescon and Hft form a collaborative partnership to develop Lincus for those with learning disabilities and multiple and complex needs: co-development starts for a pilot launch in March 2014

Rescon demonstrates new analytic and visualisation methods to a DARPA, academia and industry working group in San Francisco

Rescon increases its research, software development and graphic design team in response to increased demand from government, industry and third sector projects

Lincus

Lincus reports are published on the NICE website and in the January 2014 newsletter from the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) HealthTech Knowledge Transfer Network and the Telecare Learning and Improvement Network