Over the past two years, Bloomlife has developed state-of-the-art, clinically validated sensor that can measure important health parameters of mom and baby from conception to birth. This technology fuels Bloomlife’s mission to revolutionize prenatal care by using crowdsourced data to better understand pregnancy and pregnancy complications.
Quicksand developed the first proof-of-concept prototype of this system 2 years ago. The potential for this technology has already garnered Bloomlife top honors as winner of the Extreme Tech Challenge on Sir Richard Branson’s Necker Island.
“Our company’s mission resonated with the judges,” said Eric Dy, CEO and co-founder of Bloomlife . “They understood how our technology could help this underserved market.”