06 Sep

Weekly Wearable Devices Roundup: MobileMan, Alcatel , Artificial Vision, Galaxy Wing, Baby Care

1. MobileMan, something more than just a wearable Featuring breakthrough innovative design, MobileMan USA offers a collection of high-quality, Bluetooth wearable audio speakers that are hands-free, ears-free, weatherproof and comfortable. The MobileMan S1 series supports a full range of motion and allows active enthusiasts to maintain complete...

06 Sep

moves app integration using gethealth api

Movesapp provides  Cloud API which is a set of developer tools that provide an open platform for accessing data from Movesapp Fitness application. In this blog post, I will touch down what issues you can face while integrating Movesapp  API.  It’s done by using Unified...

05 Sep

Weekly Wearable Devices Roundup: wearable tech database, evaluation using wearables, Jawbone falls, solar powered wearables, wearables with AI

1. Wearable Technology Database: Vandrico Solution and Deloitte joins hands Vancouver-based Vandrico Solution and Deloitte have partnered to create a Wearable Technology Database with a goal of compiling a list of all “wearable products.” The database currently includes 442 devices from 306 companies, with specific categories in the...

30 Aug

Open Source @ GEThealth.io

We believe the Open Source movement is the biggest breakthrough in software development. Open Source is allowing many projects to unreachable standards for any enterprise. At gethealth.io we are also using vary open source projects and libraries. While using them we needed to extend and add more functionalities....

23 Aug

Roundup: Wearables @ Rio Olympics 2016

Wearable devices changed the way athletes train. Olympians have started using data collected by wearables which makes the sports more interesting. These devices are protecting athlete’s health and protecting them from serious injuries. The wearables are making them much better, faster and stronger. 1.  Solos: The indoor cycling...