Rajatesh Gudibande and Saurabh Radhakrishnan are the cofounders of GraphWear Technologies. Both are alumni of the University of Pennsylvania from the Nanotechnology Masters in Science and Engineering program. The founders are dedicated to putting graphene in the hands of the consumer while making biomonitoring completely non-invasive.
GraphWear has developed a real-time dehydration, glucose, and lactic acid monitor without the need for blood or urine. In a patch form factor, our device analyzes your sweat in real time and sends your results to your smartphone. This is possible because of the high sensitivity of graphene, a cutting edge nanoscale material.
How are we different?
With our breakthrough sensor technology, we are opening a new door into real-time non-invasive biosensing . When a wearable sensor gives out information about your body by actually measuring its biochemical compounds, it creates a whole new paradigm. This biomonitoring advancement will lead to lower healthcare treatment costs and faster diagnosis.
A patch that monitors your sweat in real time for dehydration, glucose, and lactic acid. With an embedded Bluetooth chip, it communicates this information with your phone and provides actionable metrics.