BioSerenity is a fast growing company which combines high tech engineering, medical development and big data analytics.
With over 12 national and international awards, BioSerenity has received the support of doctors and patients from all around the world. The company has over 50 employees in Europe, Asia and North America. Our headquarters are located with the Brain and Spine Institute (icm-institute.org) at the heart of the largest university hospital in France : la Pitié-Salpêtrière in Paris.
Technology at the service of health
Faced with increasing healthcare cost and a number of unmet medical needs, technology offers solutions on a number of levels, reducing limitations in time and space.
A solution for many applications
Our technical expertise
BioSerenity offers a complete solution.
France is a country with a rich past in the textile industry, combining technical expertise and fashion. With our own factory and textile R&D lab, we are able to carefully select raw materials, innovate on design and function. When it comes to clothing some aspects are critical : comfort, size and design. With the help of the French Fashion Institute and IFTH we conceive clothing that combine form and function. Our expertize helps us assure that sensors are well positioned while clothing remains comfortable and functional over long periods of time.
Serenity Medical Services, BioSerenity’s affiliate, operates a successful tele-expertise service. Leveraging a Cloud platform, it is now possible to transmit and collaborate on electro-physiology graphs in a secure way or request a remote interpretation. All the data is stored through secured healthcare compliant hosting. Our platform is available 24/7 and the service is already used by dozens of hospitals in Europe.
Our apps operate as remote controls for our devices but also as communication channels with patients. With video and audio available on smartphones, apps can help us collect agreement, pathological data and much more. This allows us to map the patient pathway and timestamp signals through patient feedback and surveys.
Internet of Things
Our medical devices have medical grade sensors with high sampling rates. Multiplying sensors and patients requires a flexible, yet sturdy IT infrastructure to maintain optimal performance.
Our IoT platform is compatible with healthcare regulation. Our systems are designed to limit access to patients and their dedicated healthcare professional only. During clinical trials our platform can be customized to track large patient cohorts.
Traditional mathematical modalization does not offer the sensibility and specificity required when reading complex multimodal signals. Thanks to our shared laboratory with the Brain and Spine Institute we are able to develop machine learning based artificial intelligence systems to assist doctors in their interpretation of patient data. We are then able to identify and clinically validate digital biomarkers that are patient or pathology specific.