SmartSignals eCOA

Sensors & Wearables

An effortless way to gain deeper insights

Collect objective data

  • Observe real-world behavior
    Our integrated wearable/sensor technology provides valuable insights into real-world functioning for a greater understanding of treatment effects. 
  • Simplify use for patients sites
    Combined with eCOAour devices simplify set-up and data collection activities. 
  • Drive endpoint accuracy
    Data-driven notifications can remind patients failing to wear their device, leading to reductions in missing data, more complete datasets, and more reliable clinical endpoints. 


Why choose SmartSignals?

Mobile health sensors and wearable devices collect valuable insights into the treatment effects beyond routine clinic visits. Our integrated wearables and mobile sensors collect objective data for endpoint studies without burdening the patients or sites.  

SmartSignals Sensors & Wearables will help you remotely monitor patient safety, understand real-world behavior, collect data at more frequent intervals, and conduct a virtual study. 

Integrate with SmartSignals eCOA 


Single platform approach

This single platform approach simplifies data collection workflows. Investigators and sponsors can review quality-of-life and eCOA data together for an integrated, real-time review of patients’ health status.



Drives endpoint quality

It also drives endpoint quality by providing data-driven notifications and reminders to prevent missing data.

Connected devices integrate with our SmartSignals eCOA:


  • Flash glucose monitors
  • Continuous glucose monitors
  • Blood glucose meters
  • Spirometers
  • Smart inhalers
  • Sleep monitors
  • Activity monitors


Frequently Asked Questions

What is sensors and wearable technology in healthcare?

Sensor and wearable technology streams a study participant’s activity and daily vitals directly to health professionals via clinical grade devices. Offering continuous, high-quality data, wearable patient monitoring technologies permit remote assessment, so clincians and site staff can quickly act to safeguard a patient’s health.

What types of wearable devices do you offer?

Signant offers clinical wearables that connect to a broad set of devices, including those measuring sleep, physical activity, blood glucose, spirometry, and smart inhaler use.

Can you trigger alerts and notifications based on sensor data?

We can trigger data-driven alerts based on sensor data to reduce missing data and drive endpoint quality. For example, wear time alerts can remind patients to wear devices for the required time period each day.

How do you select the devices you integrate with?

Working with our product development team, our science team selects devices after appraising the devices against the accuracy standards considered appropriate for clinical research and conducting internal usability tests to ensure that shortlisted devices have good usability properties for use in trials.

Want to learn more?

Add sensors and wearables to collect real-world data – contact our team today.