The DermiSense Health team focuses on biochemical monitoring and presented a zero-power patch to painlessly extract skin biofluid for chemical analysis. Low burden remote biochemistry solves unique needs of the military by enabling personalized health monitoring and giving real insight into performance status and degradations.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — Prohuman Technologies and DermiSense Inc., two partners from the North Carolina Center for Optimizing Military Performance (NC-COMP) were recently recognized as part of the pilot cohort of entrepreneurs to graduate from the Propeller Pre-Accelerator Program led by the North Carolina Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program (NC DMCSP).
The NCDMCSP is designed to support long-term community investments that strengthen national security innovation and expand the capabilities of the defense manufacturing industrial ecosystem.
On June 27, at RTI International, select members of the cohort had the opportunity to present their technology and how it can positively impact the health and performance of active-duty military.
Prohuman Tech showcased its wearable technology, which is designed for pain relief and chronic pain management via electromedical cryotherapy, thermotherapy and compression therapy. The device aids Service members in speeding recovery after musculoskeletal injury, better control of chronic pain management in garrison and safely healing following surgical procedures without pharmaceutical intervention.