FlowBio's next-generation connected device consists of an arm patch (similar to CGM devices, but without a needle) to collect and analyse biomarkers found in sweat.
Stefan van der Fluit
There are two parts to the Flow Bio system, a sensor made up of electrodes and micro-fluidics channels (this part is disposable), and a shell that holds the battery, electronics, RAM etc. Data is then displayed on a connected app where FlowBio's own data will be displayed and can be connected to other 3rd party data. The first biomarkers will be potassium, sodium and sweat rate to provide the most comprehensive and real-time view into hydration status.