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Active Biosensors Presentation (Generic 03 15 2010)

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Active Bio-sensors for Telesensing Applications

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Active Biosensors Presentation (Generic 03 15 2010)

  1. 1. Active Biosensor Opportunities For Telesensing Applications Joseph H. McCain Key Resource Technology, Inc. Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 1 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain
  2. 2. World Market for Medical Applications Fixed and durable medical 2015 Organic Biosensors Forecast sensors are gradually giving way to disposable Diagnostic and Therapeutic Smart Textiles • Point-of-care ones that cost less and, at • Diagnose muscular and bone • Physiological state the same time, are more $226 M hygienic. (11%) This increasing demand for the throwaway sensors and $414 M $925 M (21%) (47%) sensor-based equipment is in turn boosting the medical sensor market. With the $413 M price of medical sensors (21%) ranging from $20-$25,000, low cost and high volume sales have become the key to remaining competitive in the disposable sensors market. Microarrays and Biochips Environmental Monitoring • Humane Genome • Genetic Testing Source: • Forensics World Market for Sensor • Pharmaceutical manufacture Opportunities in Medical Applications, Source: NanoMarkets LC, • Academia Frost & Sullivan, June 2005 September 2007 Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 2 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain
  3. 3. Enabling Technologies Vertical Stack Organic LED Lighting System in Foil Packaging MEMs Energy Harvesting Micro Antenna Structure Flexible Organic LED Displays Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 3 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain
  4. 4. Nanotechnology in Battery Materials Anode Material Synthesize tin nanoparticles encapsulated elastic hollow carbon spheres (TNHCs). The theoretical specific capacity of Li4.4Sn is 992 mAh/g and much higher than that of conventional graphite LiC6 at 372 mAh/g. Separator Material Porosity is one of the key parameters in building higher performance separators. This prototype film with a 51% porosity compared to 37% in current production batteries maintains the same strength and thermal integrity. Cathode Material The thinness of the film and the small size of the nanorods facilitate a new active material that can accommodate even faster chemical reactions and produce even more power Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 4 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain
  5. 5. Novel Energy Sources Zinc Matrix Power Blue Spark Technologies Power Paper Zervos, Dr. Harry and Kahn, Dr Bruce, Printed and Thin Film Photovoltaics and Batteries, IdTechEx, Research and Analysis of Printed Electronics, RFID and their Applications “Thin film photovoltaics beyond thin film silicon technologies will reach $3 billion in 2012” NanoMarkets, LC, Thin-Film and Printed Batteries Markets, October 2007 “Batteries working with energy harvesting. While there is the likelihood of competition between the TF batteries and energy harvesting, there is also the strong possibility of cooperation between the two technologies. By making the batteries rechargeable through energy harvesting, the battery used can be smaller and of a lower capacity.” Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 5 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain
  6. 6. Healthcare Products Sensor Tape E-Band Aid Digital Thermometer Bioplastic Transdermal Patch Sensium Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 6 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain
  7. 7. Future Telematics and Telesensing Key Fob LifeComm Biosensor Communications Wrist Band Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 7 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain
  8. 8. Future Prosthetics Flexible, Integrated, Lightweight, Multifunctional skin FILMskin Source: Oak Ridge National Laboratory Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 8 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain
  9. 9. Thank You Joseph H. McCain Key Resource Technology, Inc. Original Presentation Date: Active Biosensor Opportunities Page 9 October 24, 2008 Joseph H. McCain

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