Professor Chris Toumazou, CEO of Toumaz said, The TZ1053 uses our patented advanced mixed signal (AMx) system on chip signal processing technology, this allows the development of ultra-low energy radio systems in a single chip. In typical biometric monitoring usage the wristband monitor developed by Milgenco will last up to 18 months using a small button battery. We are pleased that Milgenco has selected Telran as the lowest energy choice radio.
The companies are also exploring using the same combined telemetry and bio-monitoring technology in first responder markets such as fire, police and ambulance services. This will allow central control rooms and dispatch centres to immediately see if a first responder has been injured and alert other responders nearby to assist.