The device uses an advanced algorithm to detect the body's internal signals to provide women with information on ovulation, menstruation, sleep and stress.
China's Shenzhen Lachesis Mhealth has integrated EarlySense's InSight contactless monitoring technology into its new Intelligent Hospital Ward Solution.
As a result, EarlySense users can access doctors through American Well's consumer telehealth service for help with sleep and overall health.
The upcoming device, called SE 80 SleepExpert, will provide real-time sleep-pattern information to the user; it will be distributed in partnership with Beurer.
The funds will be used to continue the company's global commercial expansion and to further move its solutions into the home-medical and consumer markets.
The "smart chair" continuously monitors patient's vital signs, allowing clinicians to proactively respond to early signs of patient deterioration.