The AT Daily first featured the Justand on August 13, 2012. After feedback from users, version 2 has just been released.
RTI International in Durham, NC has obtained a 1.6 million dollar grant to develop a mobile prototype device designed to detect seizure activity. Barbara Kroner, PhD is the co-principal investigator on the project. Current seizure detection devices are designed to alert based on movement. The projected design for this new device detects changes in respiration and heart rate. It will alert caregivers via a mobile device like a smartphone.