Monitoring human vitals such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, and oxygen saturation, along with other biomedical parameters can help recreational athletes to determine the correct effort for every workout.
With SensoTRACK™, the Swiss health technology product company
SensoTRACK™ addresses the needs of health-conscious people who like to monitor their effort while walking, running, cycling or engaging in other sports or activities. SensoTRACK™ is worn on the ear and allows the monitoring of vital signs on smart phones or remotely over the cloud-based services. Monitoring the vital signs helps an athlete to optimize his activity and achieve higher performance which otherwise would not have been realized. The advisory by SensoTRACK™ Virtual Coach helps the user to meet the set goals, whether it’s losing weight or meeting certain speed target.
“SensoTRACK™ is built on several highly advanced sensors," explains Dr.
With this unique capability SensoTRACK™ provides exciting new possibilities for monitoring and improving training regimes. Worldwide, the wellness and sports communities are eager to adopt new devices that enable a tracking of physical activities and provide monitoring capabilities and positive feedback.
SensoTRACK™ is different from other health monitoring products because it tracks a whole range of parameters that combined provide a unique and individual feedback on personal performance and fitness. SensoTRACK™ was first demonstrated at the World Medtech Forum Lucerne 2013 in
SensoTRACK™ is an activity and performance monitor, is the first commercial product of
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