Portable, Wireless, ECG
EasyG is developing an innovative sensor solution for passive health monitoring for medical and automotive applications. The sensor design wirelessly detects the body’s electrical signals without requiring direct contact with the skin to enable next-generation monitoring and alert systems for health information stakeholders. EasyG recently has partnered with a leading automotive supplier to integrate its proprietary technology into vehicles for predictive health and wellness applications to cost-effectively improve driving safety and efficiency.
By using our proprietary antenna technology along with our unique software, we are able to wirelessly monitor the signals that the body generates in the heart, brain, and muscle. This solution allows for fast, easy, and life saving capabilities.
As founder and CEO of EasyG, Tom Evans leads the company’s global strategy, overseeing technology development and partnerships with world leading organizations. Mr. Evans created EasyG after inventing the world’s first antenna sensor solution for wirelessly monitoring vital information without directly contacting the human body. As the inventor of multiple worldwide patents, Mr. Evans has structured a partnership with a leading automotive supplier, and is in the process of structuring partnerships with the global leaders in numerous other market verticals. From concept to launch, Evans has also played an integral role in innovation and product design strategies for a software company called WaitTime. Mr. Evans also has experience as a sales engineer working for the world leader in non-contact, high precision, measurement sensors and vision systems. Mr. Evans is a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician and worked on the ambulances for four and a half years while studying Biomedical Engineering at Marquette University. Prior to graduation, he was the co-founder of the Marquette University Spacecraft Engineers, where he was voted to lead a team of more than 20 engineers to design the first satellite in the state of Wisconsin to launch into space.
Donald Jones is a globally recognized leader in Digital Medicine, sometimes referred to as Wireless Health, Digital Health, Connected Health, or mHealth. He is a sought out speaker, advisor and board member of select companies including EasyG. He works with healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, wearable, apparel, material science, Telco and early stage companies. Jones serves as Chief Digital Officer of the Scripps Translational Science Institute, working with the renowned Eric Topol, MD, on the convergence of genomics and wireless health – digital medicine. He co-founded Scripps Digital Medicine, the world’s first clinical trial center focused on digital health and large data sets. For 11 years through 2014, he led Wireless Health Global Strategy and Business Development for Qualcomm. He is Founder and Chairman of the Wireless Life Sciences Alliance. Working with the XPRIZE Foundation and Qualcomm’s CEO, Jones conceived the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE, a global competition for a consumer device which makes medical diagnoses. CommNexus recognized Donald Jones as 2014 Digital Health Innovator of the Year.
Dr. Steinhubl sits on EasyG’s board and provides medical expertise to the company. Dr. Steinhubl is an Associate Professor of Genomic Medicine at The Scripps Research Institute, a cardiologist at Scripps Health, and the Director of Digital Medicine at the Scripps Translational Science Institute. He received his undergraduate training in chemical engineering at Purdue University, graduate training in physiology at Georgetown University, and his medical degree at St. Louis University. Steve’s internal medicine residency training was completed at David Grant Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base, California. Following residency, he was a staff internist at Elmendorf Air Force Base Hospital in Anchorage, Alaska. His cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowships were at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation where he was also Chief Cardiology Fellow. He leads the Digital Health Division of STSI that has a mission to guide innovation and the transformation of clinical research as well as clinical care that has been made possible through the availability of digital technologies. Dr. Steinhubl’s research activities have covered a broad range of topics in the treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease, the application of integrated systems-based approaches to the optimal identification, communication and treatment of individualized risk, and most recently the clinical implementation of mobile health technologies and associated data analytics. He has been the principal investigator for helping lead dozens of large-scale randomized trials.
Pat, a lifelong entrepreneur, heads business development and operations for EasyG and brings over 35 years of experience owning various companies involved in sales, distribution, tooling and manufacturing for medical, industrial, veterinary, and automotive markets. Pat serves as President & CEO of CIGNET and is also a partner in the company.
Donald J. Stebbins leads the automotive strategy for EasyG. Mr. Stebbins facilitated EasyG’s partnership with a leading automotive supplier for integration of our proprietary technology into vehicles for predictive health and wellness applications. Mr. Stebbins has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Superior Industries International, Inc. since May 2014. He previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Visteon Corporation from December 2008 to August 2012. As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer he was responsible for leading Visteon’s long-term strategy and overseeing the company’s global operations and administrative functions. Mr. Stebbins joined Visteon in 2005 as President and Chief Operating Officer, and was elevated to Chief Executive Officer effective June 1, 2008 and to Chairman effective December 1, 2008. He served on Visteon’s board of directors from December 2006 until August 2012. Mr. Stebbins served on the board of directors of ITT Corporation from March 2012 until June 2014. In February 2015, Mr. Stebbins joined the board of directors of Snap-On Incorporated. Mr. Stebbins has more than 20 years of leadership experience and a solid history of performance in managing global business issues. Prior to joining Visteon, Mr. Stebbins served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Lear Corp.’s operations in Europe, Asia and Africa. Prior to that position, he was President and Chief Operating Officer of Lear’s operations in the Americas. Mr. Stebbins joined Lear in 1992 as Vice President and Treasurer. He held various financial positions of increasing responsibility with Lear, including a 1997 promotion to Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Previous to Lear, Mr. Stebbins held positions at Bankers Trust Company and Citibank. In summary, Mr. Stebbins has global leadership abilities, as well as deep connections with the corporate culture of the global automotive industry and is a contributor to the company’s strategy.
John Mars, a global executive and technology leader, provides product design and development advice for EasyG. He oversees sophisticated technology integrations and has a background working with global technology leaders and companies. With decades of experience, Mars has played a chief role in the development of numerous technologies. As founder of Mars Custom Computers, a company he continues to run today, he played an integral role in the creation of the first color touch screen printer interface controller, which claims 90 percent of the market share in North America and 40 percent of the market share worldwide. Mars is considered one of the foremost experts in imaging in the world.
Spencer T. Moats is a senior counsel and business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, and serves as EasyG’s outside general counsel. Mr. Moats practices general corporate and business law, with an emphasis in mergers and acquisitions, securities law and corporate governance. Mr. Moats regularly represents public and private acquirers and targets in domestic and international mergers and acquisitions and joint venture transactions. Mr. Moats’ mergers and acquisitions experience includes transactions in a wide array of industries, including a significant number of transactions in the manufacturing and food & beverage industries and transactions in the sports, consumer products, energy, financial services, and medical technology, device and equipment industries, among many others. Mr. Moats’ general corporate and business law experience is broad-based, including company formation, capital raising, equity holder agreements, employee and consulting agreements, commercial arrangements, strategic planning, sale preparation and company sale.
Chuck Evans has the role of strategic planning and guides partnering opportunities for EasyG. Mr. Evans helped facilitate EasyG’s partnership with a leading automotive supplier, and contributed significantly during the negotiations. Mr. Evans is also the Corporate Vice President at Henkel Corporation’s automotive group. Evans leads sales, operations, strategic planning and overall business management. In 2014 the company did 16.4 billion euro in sales. He has over 30 years of experience at Henkel, previously serving in a variety of sales, marketing and technical roles. Evans earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry and philosophy from Illinois State University and completed executive management studies at Harvard and Insead, France.
David Annan is currently EasyG’s Program Manager for the development of a wireless ECG product, initially targeted at the automotive market. He came to this position from a background as a consultant in wireless based healthcare engagement, privacy and security technologies. Prior to founding the MobileOmni consulting practice, he served as CTO for Diversinet for 8 years before its sale to IMS Health. At Diversinet, David provided the platform for the mCare program for the US Army (TATRC). He has extensive experience in the technical and marketing aspects of a broad range of wireless and traditional telecommunications companies. His initial wireless experience was with Rogers Cantel, a large wireless carrier, where he served in various marketing and technical roles to become V.P. Product Development. Mr. Annan holds an MBA (Ops Rsch) from Queen’s University, Kingston, a US patent, a pending patent, as well as a CTIA/TIA Industry Service Award for digital cellular standards.
Zack Klima, a successful software entrepreneur, has played an integral role in the software strategy and strategic planning for EasyG. Zack is the founder, CEO and creator of WaitTime, a crowd-science technology that provides real-time information on fan traffic to major entertainment and sports venues. Klima concepted WaitTime in 2013 and was selected out of more than 100 applicants for participation in the rigorous Bizdom startup accelerator founded by Quicken Loan’s renowned executive Dan Gilbert. Previous to WaitTime, Klima was in the field of architecture, design and sales engineering. Under his leadership, WaitTime has forged partnerships with some of the most major sports organizations in the world that are currently using the technology to reduce wait times and create better customer experiences, resulting in increased efficiency for the venues. Klima has a Master of Architecture from the University of Detroit Mercy.