How “Future-Proof” is Your
Digital Biomarker Data?
Considerations for maximizing the long-term value of wearable sensor data
When evaluating wearable motion-sensing technologies for clinical research, there are a myriad of factors to consider, including battery life, storage capacity, data access, validation, patient acceptance, privacy, and regulatory clearance, to name a few. However, one of the most important considerations - the longevity of the collected data - is often overlooked during this process. As innovation continues to push the science of digital biomarkers forward, wearable sensor data constrained by aging system architecture, hardware, software, and algorithms can become rapidly obsolete.
What You'll Learn
This ActiGraph white paper provides a comprehensive overview of wearable sensor data processing frameworks, traditional and emerging analytic methods, and how clinical trial sponsors will maximize their investment and ensure the long-term value of their digital biomarker data by selecting a wearable technology platform that collects and provides access to raw, “future-proof” source data.