Early detection of COPD, OSA and other sleep related problems

How to significantly reduce the pressure on the healthcare system for the coming years

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2M Engineering ltd is developing a mattress for contactless measurement of important vital body during sleep signs like movement, breathing rate, heart rate and oxygen levels. Hereby a visualization of how such a system would look like. The video also contains basic info about Skunkx and VitaMove.

(video in Dutch)

Early detection of COPD, OSA and other sleep related problems2013-07-26T16:28:29+02:00

2M awarded SBIR grant to develop new non-invasive glucose monitor

We are happy to announce that 2M has been awarded an SBIR grant for the development of a new device for non-invasive glucose monitoring for diabetic patients. Development of the product is underway, using unique lasers developed by 2M as part of the detection system. The product is planned to be ready for clinical validation in June 2013.

Purpose of glucose monitoring is to reveal individual patterns of blood glucose changes, and helps in the planning of meals, activities, and at what time of day to take medications.Also, testing allows for quick response to high blood sugar or low blood sugar. This might include diet adjustments, exercise, and insulin (as instructed by the health care provider). Non-invasive glucose monitoring will free the person with diabetes from finger sticks to supply the drop of blood for blood glucose analysis. 2M has planned at a later stage to also provide based on the same […]

2M awarded SBIR grant to develop new non-invasive glucose monitor2017-08-29T10:30:28+02:00

2M joins Dutch Photonics

Dutch Photonics is a central information point aiming at bringing individuals, companies and institutions, both national and international, in the photonics field together and stimulating cooperation.www.dutchphotonics.nl offers amongst others an overview of:

  • 92 company profiles of Dutch companies and institutions
  • (Inter)national events
  • Trainings, courses and education
  • Roadmap IOP Photonic Devices
  • IOP Projects
  • News items
2M joins Dutch Photonics2017-08-29T10:30:28+02:00

Laser breakthrough

The first batch of single mode laser for the PhoCryLa project have been produced and successfully tested. The laser will be used to build devices to non-invasively test glucose levels in people with diabetes. The great advantage of being able to use a laser to do this is that no blood has to be drawn from the patient. This work is carried out with support from the International Innovation Co-operation funds from Senter Novem.

Laser breakthrough2013-07-26T16:33:31+02:00

Angelina gets thumbs up

Angelina, the next generation of blood centrifuges has been approved for R&D funding. Fully integrated and completely automatic, Angelina offers controlled whole blood seperation and onboard autologous platelet rich plasma leukocyte gel production. The product will revolutionise treatment enabling new and simplyfying existing medical procedures.

Angelina gets thumbs up2013-07-26T16:43:26+02:00

2M Engineering participates in the “XIX Conferenza Biennale della International Society for Posture and Gait Research” in Bologna, Italy

2M Engineering participates in the “XIX Conferenza Biennale della International Society for Posture and Gait Research” in Bologna, Italy. The conference takes place 21-25 June 2009. 2M Engineering will demonstrate the latest VitaMove product & VitaScore software developments.
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2M Engineering participates in the “XIX Conferenza Biennale della International Society for Posture and Gait Research” in Bologna, Italy2013-08-01T08:58:45+02:00

EU funds 2M research proposal for early cancer detection using blue lasers

As part of the Seventh Research Framework Program (FP7) the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research has announced that they will fund the research proposal submitted by 2M Engineering and partner SMEs: CST from Glasgow and TopGaN from Warsaw. The medical research will be performed by Ninewells Hospital in Dundee and the AMC in Amsterdam.

EU funds 2M research proposal for early cancer detection using blue lasers2013-08-01T09:22:30+02:00