“Biosensing at the edge of the Cloud”
Director and CSO
Zimmer and Peacock
One of the last frontiers of the Internet of Things and TinyML is collecting and interpreting chemical, biochemical and biological data. There are multitudes of solutions for knowing the condition of a system through the capture of temperature, humidity, position, images etc, but knowing the chemical and biological condition of a system is still the most unexplored domain.
In this talk, ZP discusses biosensors for a smart bio-edge including sensors for: viruses, nitrate, purines, oxidative status, capsaicin, and purines; applications covered in this talk include Clean Water, Food Quality, and Health.