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John Stivoric, Christopher Pacione, Eric Teller, David Andre, Christopher Kasabach, Scott Boehmke, Suresh Vishnubhatla, Scott Safier, Jonathan Farringdon, Raymond Pelletier: Apparatus for detecting, receiving, deriving and displaying human physiological and contextual information. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, October 23, 2007: US07285090 (360 worldwide citation)

A monitoring apparatus that includes a sensor device and an I/O device in communication with the sensor device that generates derived data using the data from the sensor device. The derived data cannot be directly detected by the associated sensors. Alternatively, an apparatus that includes a wearab ...


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Jonathan Farringdon, John M Stivoric, Eric Teller, David Andre, Scott K Boehmke, James Gasbarro, Gregory Kovacs, Raymond Pelletier, Christopher Kasabach: Method and apparatus for measuring heart related parameters. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, March 10, 2009: US07502643 (260 worldwide citation)

A monitor device and associated methodology are disclosed which provide a self contained, relatively small and continuously wearable package for the monitoring of heart related parameters, including ECG. The detection of heart related parameters is predicated on the location of inequipotential signa ...


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Jonathan Farringdon, John M Stivoric, Eric Teller, David Andre, Scott Boehmke, James Gasbarro, Gregory Kovacs, Raymond Pelletier, Christopher Kasabach: Wearable apparatus for measuring heart-related parameters and deriving human status parameters from sensed physiological and contextual parameters. BodyMedia, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, February 5, 2013: US08369936 (140 worldwide citation)

A monitor device and associated methodology are disclosed which provide a self contained, relatively small and continuously wearable package for the monitoring of heart related parameters, including ECG. The detection of heart related parameters is predicated on the location of inequipotential signa ...


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John Stivoric, Christopher Pacione, Eric Teller, David Andre, Christopher Kasabach, Scott Boehmke, Suresh Vishnubhatla, Scott Safier, Jonathan Farringdon, Raymond Pelletier: Device to enable quick entry of caloric content. BodyMedia, John A Monocello III, June 14, 2011: US07959567 (125 worldwide citation)

A monitoring apparatus that includes a sensor device and an I/O device in communication with the sensor device that generates derived data using the data from the sensor device. The derived data cannot be directly detected by the associated sensors. Alternatively, an apparatus that includes a wearab ...


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Christopher Pacione, Steve Menke, David Andre, Eric Teller, Scott Safier, Raymond Pelletier, Mark Handel, Jonathan Farringdon, Eric Hsiung, Suresh Vishnubhatla, James Hanlon, John M Stivoric, Neal Spruce, Steve Shassberger: System for monitoring and managing body weight and other physiological conditions including iterative and personalized planning, intervention and reporting capability. BodyMedia, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, John A Monocello III, March 19, 2013: US08398546 (114 worldwide citation)

A nutrition and activity management system is disclosed that monitors energy expenditure of an individual through the use of a body-mounted sensing apparatus. The apparatus is particularly adapted for continuous wear. The system is also adaptable or applicable to measuring a number of other physiolo ...


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Eric Teller, Jonathan Farringdon, David Andre, Christopher Pacione, John Stivoric, Scott Safier, Raymond Pelletier, Suresh Vishnubhatla: Method and apparatus for auto journaling of continuous or discrete body states utilizing physiological and/or contextual parameters. BodyMedia, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, John A Monocello III, April 17, 2012: US08157731 (98 worldwide citation)

Various methods and apparatuses for measuring a state parameter of an individual using signals based on one or more sensors are disclosed. In one embodiment, a first set of signals is used in a first function to determine how a second set of signals is used in one or more second functions to predict ...


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John Stivoric, David Andre, Christopher Kasabach, James Hanlon, Suresh Vishnubhatla, Christopher Pacione, Scott Boehmke, Eric Teller, James Gasbarro, Jonathan Farringdon: Non-invasive temperature monitoring device. BodyMedia, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, John A Monocello III, March 4, 2014: US08663106 (82 worldwide citation)

A monitoring system comprises a module having at least one sensor and preferably skin and ambient temperature sensors within a housing. The device may be durable or disposable. The housing may be provided with certain surface features and shapes to facilitate mounting on and interface with the skin ...


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Jonathan Farringdon, Paul A Gough, Andrew J Moore: Shoe based force sensor and equipment for use with the same. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Aaron Waxler, October 26, 2004: US06807869 (74 worldwide citation)

A sensor for detecting the presence of a force exerted by a persons foot on the ground is provided in a shoe, the sensor interposed between the foot and the ground in the region of the sole of the shoe. The sensor includes a resilient compressible elastomeric middle layer of insulating material disp ...


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Jonathan Farringdon: Electrical switch for use in garments. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, November 4, 2003: US06642467 (25 worldwide citation)

A switch suitable for use in garments is provided. The switch comprises an arrangement of at least two electrically conductive contact portions provided in the form of textile fastener components. The textile fastener components may be stud fastener components mounted on fabric portions and normally ...


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Jonathan Farringdon, Leonard H Poll, Armando S Valdes: Location alarm. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Gregory L Thorne, December 17, 2002: US06496116 (17 worldwide citation)

A portable location alarm device is provided which allows a user to preset an alarm event to occur when the device arrives at a pre-determined location. The alarm event alerts the user by audible, visual or vibrating means. The alarm device determines it's actual location using GPS data. In one ...