In the first episode of season two of the Next Matters Most Podcast, we are talking with Ryan Kraudel, VP of technology at Valencell, an inventor and maker of wearable and hearable biometric sensor technology that can monitor and measure key vitals in the body such as blood pressure, temperature, heart rate, and more. These readings and more can help us do a better job of preventing and managing such major health issues as Cardiovascular disease (CVD), Respiratory issues, and Hypertension which on it's own affects over 1B people globally. Listen in as we discuss the future of wearable technology and its ability to profoundly impact the well being of the human race, where the adoption blockers are, and what the opportunity looks like as we look to the future.
Ryan is pushing boundaries at the intersection of wearable technology, digital health and healthcare delivery as head of marketing at Valencell, a biometric sensor company. He's passionate about technology helping people live longer healthier lives. As VP of Marketing, Ryan leads global marketing for Valencell and is responsible for all areas of marketing strategy and execution. He is a recognized expert and speaker on the convergence of consumer wearables and health & medical devices.
Valencell transforms the science of wearable biometrics to enable impactful health outcomes. Through innovative R&D and validated technologies, we develop wearable sensor breakthroughs and collaborate with wearables, hearables, and medical device companies around the world to deliver amazing results. Protected by more than 100 granted patents and more than 100 patents pending, Valencell’s technology can be used in wearables and hearables for virtually anyone, anywhere, doing anything. Valencell’s biometric sensor systems are currently integrated into more wearable devices than any other technology provider in the world.