American multinational company Google has acquired a Indian origin professor Shwetak Patel’s health monitoring startup Senosis Health. The start-up converts smartphones into medical devices and collects various health statistics.
How Senosis App Works
The Senosis app uses functions on a smartphone that includes accelerometer, microphone, flash and camera to monitor lung health, hemoglobin counts and much more things. To measure the hemoglobin the app uses the phones flash to illuminate a user’s finger.
Patel’s Past Startups
It denotes the most recent procurement for Patel, whose past start-up wanders have arrived in the hands of organizations, for example, Belkin International and Sears, as indicated by Geekwire.com which initially revealed the obtaining on Sunday. Patel, who established the organization with four others, is an educator at University of Washington’s software engineering and designing personnel.
About Shwetak Patel
According to the website of University of Washington earlier Shwetak patel was founder of Zensi Inc, a energy monitoring solutions provider which was later acquired by Belkin Inc in 2010. Along with this he is also co-founder of low-power wireless sensor program company SNUPI Technologies.