AT&T is working on a wireless sensor to help fight asthma

12/9/2012 | GigaOm

AT&T researchers last week described their plans to produce a wireless asthma sensor designed to warn patients via smartphones and other devices about potentially dangerous volatile organic compounds in the air. The scientists told the mHealth Summit that they are developing the Asthma Trigger sensor, which will run over AT&T's network, through the carrier's two-year AT&T ForHealth Initiative in a joint venture with a manufacturer.

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