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Non-invasive blood glucose measurement parts manufacturer rumored to be installed in Apple Watch, start trading with an unnamed company

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Gadgets & Wearables reports that Rockley Photonics, which is developing a non-invasive blood glucose sensor rumored to be installed in the Apple Watch, has won its first order.

Possibility of launching a product equipped with the company’s biosensor by the end of the year

Rockley Photonics is developing biosensors that will non-invasively measure body temperature, blood pressure, body hydration needs, alcohol levels, lactate levels, blood sugar levels, and more.
 
Gadgets & Wearables says Rockley Photonics’ biosensors are likely to offer a million times higher resolution and 1,000 times more accuracy than the light-emitting diodes that are commonly used today.

Concluded a supply contract with an unknown company that is not a medical device manufacturer or Apple

Gadgets & Wearables reports that Rockley Photonics signed a commercial supply contract with an unknown manufacturer, not a medical device manufacturer.
 
With the signing of this supply agreement, the media expects wristband or smartwatch-like devices equipped with Rockley Photonics biosensors to be commercially available by the end of 2022.
 
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Rockley Photonics is believed to be working with medical device makers, as well as Apple, Huawei, and Withing, on biosensor development, but Gadgets & Wearables said it wasn’t the company that signed the supply deal this time. I am writing.
 
For that reason, Gadgets & Wearables explains that these companies are planning to integrate Rockley Photonics’ biosensor technology into their products and will not be commercialized alone.
 
 
Source: Gadgets & Wearables
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