Another CES standout was LifeQ, a company that combines physiological and bio-mathematical modeling to provide health decision data.

LifeQ Lens is a multi-wavelength optical sensor that can be integrated into wearable devices. It monitors key metrics, with what the company claims to be laboratory level accuracy, using a proprietary algorithm. Raw data is translated through bio-mathematical models, called LifeQ Core. The models are turned into digital, virtual simulations of body systems. LifeQ Link is an open access platform through which partners can use the technology.

The system can be used by athletes, individuals monitoring nutrition, stress and sleep, doctors seeking data to help inform diagnoses  and manage chronic conditions.

The company foresees their data providing population level  health analysis for research purposes. They hope to be able to monitor clinical trials to help create safer medicines and more effective treatments.