Rescon engages with the West of England Academic Health Science Network and their collaborative partners on utilising IoT, software solutions and service redesign to improve the lives of people with diabetes.
Lincus is now a CE marked Class 1 Medical Device and registered with the Medicine and Health devices Regulatory Authority (MHRA).
The use of Lincus by Hft to support people with learning disabilities is featured in the September/October 2015 issue of LD today.
Lincus is showcased and released onto the LD market at Anfield stadium this month with the Princess Royal present.
The Liverpool City Regional Councils meet to plan for the deployment of Lincus across 6 boroughs from February 1, 2016.
Rescon is notified of a further patent relating to their wearable sensor technologies will be granted by the USPTO.
Rescon supported the Plessey Semiconductors 105 mile charity bike ride for Prostate Cancer Research, with Tom Dawson participating. The new Lincus app helped him track his wellbeing before and after the ride https://www.justgiving.com/Plessey2015/
Rescon began work with Affective State, QinetiQ and Cranfield University on creating the future of quantified self for personnel.
Rescon and Oviva are to collaboratively deliver digital services, starting in 2016, to improve the life of those with Diabetes in the West of England.
RedEmbedded, Rescon and Hft are working together to integrate V-Connect videoconferencing and telehealth capability with Lincus to provide better services for individuals with learning difficulties.
Lincus is to be delivered to 300 individuals in receipt of shared social and health care services in the Liverpool region.
Lincus "Train the Trainer" staff training, with a focus on supporting those with learning disabilities, was delivered for Hft staff this month.
Rescon employs two further developers for their North West team, and takes on an intern from the University of Leicester to work on health economics.
Rescon attends the: Commissioning for Technology Enabled Care event at the Royal College of Medicine; North West Coast Connected Health Ecosystem event; NHS Test Beds Meet and Greet day at the Oval in London, along with Care Innovation, Future Coders, V-Connect and the Meeting of Minds Collaboration.
Tom publishes as a co-author with the LJMU team on predicting the likelihood of heart failure with a multi-level risk assessment using a novel machine learning technique in IEEE conference proceedings, and is invited to talk at the Developments in eSystems Engineering Conference in Dubai.
Meeting collaborators including the HEF founders, V-Connect and Meeting of Minds
Further collaborations are forged with Hampshire County Council, Exeter, South Bank and Cranfield Universities.
John Harer from Duke University and GDA visits Rescon to discuss future collaborations and DARPA work
Presenting Lincus in the Healthcare Innovations Den
#LincusApp gets a royal audience with Princess Anne
Rescon attends STC15 Learning Disability Nursing Conference in Derby where there is considerable interest in #HEFApp and #LincusApp
Rescon are notified that a further patent will be awarded for the Wellbeing-Tracker system relating to the use of fabric diodes to divert unwanted electrical activity away from sensors, improving the quality of outputs.
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Rescon travels to Thailand to continue work for the DARPA biochronicity project, expanding the functionality of their gene transcription big data analytics and visualisation platform, powered by RAVEN.
Rescon attend eHealth week at London Olympia presenting on both Lincus and One Precious Life.
Rescon attend DHCSTC Human Capabilities Research Program Event.
HRH The Princess Royal helps celebrate success of redesigned services for people with learning disabilities in Newton Abbot. The Princess was able to see a demonstration of an exciting piece of technology, which has been developed to support people with learning disabilities manage their own health and wellbeing. Lincus - developed by technology company Rescon - is an easy-to-use picture and simple word-based application for recording health and wellbeing information. Hft has worked with Rescon to develop Lincus for people with learning disabilities, allowing them to record their feelings using an intuitive touchscreen interface.
Rescon continues to work with Plus Dane and the core partnership on the Liverpool Waves of Hope program with a target release of Lincus into the program in July 2015.
Waves of Hope
Rescon's Wellbeing-Tracker technology features on Euronews.
Rescon is invited to present at the UK eHealth week on behalf of the Long Term Care revolution on March 3rd.
Rescon starts working with award winning app developers Citrus Suite to create a new Lincus experience in iOS and Android.