Coros has manufactured a smart helmet for cyclists with smart functionality. It features Bluetooth connectivity to a smartphone for taking calls, with the speaker and microphone integrated into the strap. The speaker works through bone conduction, transmitting the sound through one’s jaw and not ears. One can also select a certain Bluetooth channel allowing multiple Coros users to talk to each other. The bump sensor detects impact and sends a message to a pre-selected number. A bicycle-attached remote allows for music and call control.
Babaali Smart Cycle Helmet With Smart Glass and Rear View Assist features a rear view camera and a Smart Glass at the front of the helmet to provide Bicycle riders with a clear and unobstructed view of the road in front and behind you at the same time. With the screen it also can support map navigation, speed, communications and any other handsfree app features during the bicycle ride. With Bluetooth inside, it also support answer a phone-call or stream music from your smart phone to the helmet, Babaali also show others smart bicycle helmets that they are already selling on the market, one with built-in LED turn signal indicators, controlling the LED lights by wireless remote control to turn right/left, double flash and fixed stop signal light. It is $129 with free shipping on Babaali's website.
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Smart Movt is a smart watch movement with hands solution provider design house for the traditional style Smart Watches of the future, they are located in Shenzhen, they integrate Swiss movements from Ronda with electronic parts which they design consisting of PCB, battery, vibrators, Bluetooth 4, many different types of sensors and even displays are possible. The style is of a traditional Swiss watch, and with minimal but precise Smart functions to keep a very long battery life, thus to try to offer a usable Smart watch. Smart Movt supports vibration notifications for messages, phone calls, apps, configurable and customizable for their brand/distributor customers by their Software and Firmware engineers, they also can support NFC, UV detection, heart rate tracking, step counting, date and week-day and more. The thickness of the module can be less than 2mm. Battery life can be from 6 months to 2 years depending on the different modules based on a standard coin cell watch battery.
The Quell is a device from Boston, Massachusetts-based Neuromatrix that claims to have brought relief for chronic pain to 81% of their users. The device involves the main unit bing put into a belt that has space for electrical contacts. These are used with a gel-based pad on the other side and wrapped around one's leg to deliver mild electrical pulses that trigger release of natural pain blockers from the brain. It costs US$249 and is currently on sale only in Canada and the US. The device also includes an optional app for advanced sleep tracking functions.
For more information visit : www.neurometrix.com
Heiki Raisanen, CEO of Emfit, displays their QS sleep tracker device meant to be placed under mattresses (tested up to 30cm thick). Using quasi-peizoelectric and ferroelectric sensors in the belt, it detects/displays heart rate, breathing rate, and sleep quality amongst other factors on the accompanying app. It is available now in US and Europe for US$299.
For more information visit : www.emfit.com
Duratouch Wristsense allows wearables to detect if the wearable is being worn or not. Going through the plastics, it allows to reliably know if the smartwatch or the sports band is being worn, which can then allow the device's software to turn off other sensors such as heartrate, tracking, when it's not being worn by the user.
An interview with Firstbeat at the IDTechEx Wearable USA exhibition. Firstbeat is a provider of physiological analytics for sports, fitness and wellbeing. Firstbeat technology measures the heartbeat for insights on exercise, stress, sleep and recovery. For more information, visit http://www.firstbeat.com and http://www.IDTechEx.com
A video interview taken with Muhammad Farooq of The University of Alabama at the IDTechEx Wearable USA event, presenting his poster “A Wearable Sensor System for Monitoring of Food Intake”. BitWearLabs is a University of Alabama spin-off. The AccuBite is a food intake tracker that analyses eating habits - the sensor pairs with a smartphone app to provide actionable feedback. For more information see http://bitwearlabs.com and http://www.IDTechEx.com
An interview with Flexible Circuit Technologies at the IDTechEx Wearable USA exhibition. Flexible Circuit Technologies is a designer and producer of flexible and rigid-flex circuits and a supplier of assembly services. For more information see http://www.flexiblecircuit.com/ and http://www.IDTechEx.com
An interview with NanoVivo, Inc. at the IDTechEx Wearable USA exhibition. NanoVivo, Inc., is a Silicon Valley-based health monitoring company, focused on the design, engineering and development of wearable wellness, fitness and health monitors based on photonics technologies. In 2015, NanoVivo introduced a monitoring device that can non-invasively measure through skin, integrating real-time blood chemistry monitoring into a wristwatch. Applications include: monitoring chronic diseases, blood count testing, food/nutrition, digital cosmetics, diet monitoring, athletic performance, pregnancy monitoring, food safety, etc. Data can be wirelessly uploaded to the Cloud for remote monitoring by physicians. For more information see http://www.nanovivomd.com and http://www.IDTechEx.com