Why it’s the “World’s First biometric health monitoring device” is all! I am just loving where technology is taking health and fitness. I am not a huge fan of wearing the monitor around my chest when I run so I can keep up with my heart rate. Intel has a new watch coming out that eliminates that but the problem is that it doesn’t work with any other software. But SensoTRACK looks pretty cool.
Most people don’t have the time to measure and record their heart rate, blood pressure and other vital signs before and after each workout. SensoTRACK is intended for active people seeking to get the most out of their fitness and well-being routines. It continuously tracks 4 vital signs: heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, and respiration rate alongside other parameters such as: calories burned, step count, activity level and GPS data.
“It’s important to have dynamic feedback of vital signs and physiological parameters during exercise, so as to optimize performance and control health risks”, Dr. Vahram Mouradian, Founder and CTO of Sensogram Technologies, said. “SensoTRACK is designed to be more than a fitness gadget. It is intended to be a lifestyle coach that monitors and improves the user’s daily activities.”
SensoTRACK is a sophisticated mini-computer worn comfortably on the ear for everyday use. It is encased in a slick, hypoallergenic, medical-grade plastic and comes with silicone earloops of three different sizes to ensure comfort and stability on the ear. SensoTRACK lets users wirelessly sync collected data to the SensoTRACK iOS and Android Apps via Bluetooth® and also to SensoTRACK Cloud® via secure, encrypted protocol.
“SensoTRACK Cloud provides an advanced analytics package, allowing the user to review his data with time and geo stamps, as well as allowing him to correlate different measured parameters and see how they affect each other. For example you can observe how a change in your running speed will affect your heart rate”, Dr. Vahram Mouradian, continues. “SensoTRACK comes with an innovative personal trainer function that helps the user improve activities by keeping his vitals within optimal workout range, telling the user when to slow down, or on the contrary when to give it an extra push.”
SensoTRACK is going to start shipping February 2015 for $250 bucks but if you support their Kickstarter program you can get it for $200
For more information please visit: www.sensotrack.com or Kickstarter