Agilent Technologies, Inc. is a public research, development and manufacturing company established in 1999 as a spin-off from Hewlett-Packard. The resulting IPO of Agilent stock was the largest in the history of Silicon Valley at the time.
Santa Barbara is considered to be a resort destination, yet it maintains a thriving mix of business, including agriculture, tourism and Technology. There are excellent school systems and a large newly renovated medical center, as well as four prestigious institutions for higher learning: University California Santa Barbara, Westmont, Music Academy of the West, and Santa Barbara City College.
Clinically robust—works in the real world
Fits seamlessly into MRI radiology workflow
One minute added sequence—low cost
Software implementation—no expensive hardware
Readily operable by any scan technician
Non-invasive—can be repeated as often as desired
Non-invasive—can be used to characterize entire organ, eliminating sampling errors
BioIQ is a health improvement Technology company that optimizes investments in corporate health and wellness programs. BioIQ provides tools that simplify onsite and at-home health testing programs, help organizations understand population health risks, and motivate participants to take action to prevent and manage chronic conditions.
Discovery engine for behavior-focused studies and a modern delivery platform that connects everyone who wants to participate in better health outcomes. Software captures and analyzes passive, continuous behavior data to quantify health outcomes that more accurately reflect an individual’s day-to-day experience. (Based in San Mateo but with key people located in Santa Barbara.)
IBM Watson Health is committed to building smarter health ecosystems. This means simpler processes, better care, faster breakthroughs, and improved experiences for people around the world. We have the essential capabilities necessary to help our clients drive their digital transformations: deep industry expertise, data and analytics, and actionable insights—underpinned by security and trust.
Inogen is developing a medical device targeted at Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. The company’s Inogen One device removes nitrogen from ambient air and concentrates oxygen through a series of filters, and replaces bulky oxygen tanks.
Medtronics is the world’s largest medical Technology company, focusing mainly on the areas of cardiac and vascular, restorative therapy, and diabetes. It has 480+ offices in 160 countries.
Milo Sensors develops wearable biosensors that detect various chemicals in the human body based on perspiration from skin.