The STARK Ventilator

Columbus Company STARK Industries Meets Demands for Ventilators

Medical technology startup STARK Industries LLC cofounder and CEO Joe Swantack works well against a deadline. In April, a license was made available for a NASA Jet Propulsion laboratory-designed ventilator to help those with COVID-19. In just five days, Swantack and his eight employees went to work, submitted their proposal and beat more than 100 other companies across the country.

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STARK Industries Helps NASA Manufacture Much-Needed Ventilators

From Neil Armstrong to John Glenn, the Buckeye State has long been connected to America’s aeronautic aspirations. But in the midst of a global pandemic, NASA is teaming up with Ohio innovation in a new way: to help manufacture ventilators to treat COVID-19 patients.

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STARK Industries LLC Supports Space Center Houston's Exhibit on NASA Innovations During the Pandemic via NASA JPL-Designed VITAL Ventilator Loan

Columbus-based STARK Industries, LLC has contributed to a new exhibit at Space Center Houston, highlighting how NASA continues to innovate to overcome obstacles and benefit humanity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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STARK Industries, LLC Awarded NASA JPL - VITAL Ventilator Manufacturing License to Combat the Global COVID-19 Crisis

STARK Industries awarded a global license by NASA JPL – Caltech to manufacture, assemble, distribute, sell, and service NASA JPL's – VITAL Ventilator design in the fight against COVID-19

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NASA Has Designed a Mass-Producible Ventilator For a Second Wave of COVID-19

NASA engineers have designed a mass-producible ventilator tailored to coronavirus patients, and it could get emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration by the weekend.

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Patient Status Engine Captures Real-time Health Data From the Comfort of Your Own Home

Mike Wilson has seen the future of patient monitoring – in fact he’s worn it and it’s available now.

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World’s most advanced wireless patient monitoring platform granted key US patent

Isansys Lifecare, a digital healthcare company which has created and developed the world’s most advanced real-time patient data collection and analysis platform, has been granted a US patent covering a key feature of its Lifetouch cardiac sensor. The US patent adds to a suite of already issued European patents for the wireless smart patch device.

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STARK Industries Participates in 2018 MHSRS with Ohio State University Exhibiting DoD Warfighter Uses of Isansys Lifetouch Wireless Cardiac Telemetry

STARK Industries demonstrates 'wireless' Isansys Lifetouch BLE cardiac monitoring 'smart patch', while participating in the 2018 MHSRS - Military Health Research Symposium, held in Kissimmee, FL, 20-23 August 2018, as an Industry Partner with The Ohio State University – Center for Regenerative Medicine.

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STARK Industries LLC and Isansys Invited Aboard NASA's NEEMO 24 Mission for Sponsored 'Wireless' Cardiac Monitoring Research

STARK Industries seeks partner/sponsor for remote 'wireless' cardiac and physiologic monitoring of NASA's NEEMO 24 aquanaut crew members utilizing the Isansys "Patient Status Engine" platform and BLE paired sensors

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Isansys Travels with NASA to Antarctica

A NASA exploration scientist set off on his mission to Antarctica being monitored by the Patient Status Engine, a physiological data collection platform which provides monitoring of individuals wirelessly and in real-time.

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STARK Industries Seeks Partner Sponsor for Remote Wireless Cardiac Monitoring Study Aboard NASA's - NEEMO XXIII

Beginning in late July, 2018, and throughout the NEEMO XXIII Expedition, 'tech demonstration' data from the Isansys "Patient Status Engine" platform and sensors, including heart rate, heart rhythm, respiration rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation and temperature, will be collected "wirelessly" via Bluetooth, relayed back to monitoring teams on the US mainland and analyzed, all in "real-time".

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STARK Industries LLC Seeks Advanced Smartphone App Software Developers as Consumer Demand Grows

Officials at STARK Industries have discovered several un-tapped market niches within the smartphone application market. STARK Industries' stunning discovery of these un-tapped market niches, and subsequent smartphone app development will be transformational, propelling STARK Industries onto a global stage.

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