New smartwatch specifically designed to save lives
Useful and ingenious things are, as a rule, because of something personal, had an impact on the ideas of their creators. That's what happened to Ryan Howard, creator hours iBeat Heart Watch. On the creation of this useful accessory Howard inspired by the fear of death. He admitted that he thought about it much more than many other people.
Three years ago, a childhood friend of Ryan Howard died suddenly in his sleep. It is this fear of a case lodged in the head of Howard. He began to look for something that can call for help in case of sudden cessation of breathing or heart attack during the night. Alas, nothing really suitable, he did not find. He had to think about creating your own device. Three years later came iBeat Heart Watch, which today can be purchased for $ 250.
The idea of the device is that it looks like a normal watch, but it can save your life in an emergency. To do this 100 times a second clock gathering information about your heartbeat. The information is processed by artificial intelligence. As soon as the recorded something abnormal, the watch will warn the user. If the user confirms problems with the well-being, or will not respond within 10 seconds, the clock will cause the ambulance service and warn your loved ones.
In addition, the watch is equipped with the SOS button. It can be pressed in the case if you require emergency assistance, you fall, you can not move or are at risk. Watches are equipped with GPS and a cellular network connection. In addition, they are connected to your phone via Bluetooth. The application on a smartphone, you can set the story of his illness, and other important information that will be transferred to paramedics if necessary. This service costs $ 20 a month, and it includes a monthly fee for cellular communication. It is important to note that iBeat data, in case of aid to heart problems may be helpful, if it arrives within five minutes. During this time the ambulance arrived very difficult. It is for this reason that in the next month the company will release a mobile app Heart Hero. It will notify the next person about what he can do for the owner hours in need of immediate assistance.
Ryan Howard believes his product is designed for people over 50 or those who have heart problems. Howard previously considered the possibility of deploying its platform to Apple Watch, but, according to him, the sensors in Apple's hours too sharpened on fitness. In addition, the device must always be ready for action. It is for this reason iBeat Heart Watch work on a single charge four days and can be charged in just one hour, while on your wrist.