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Canadian company to launch a bracelet electronically does not require you to walk a lot
It announced the “Global Mio” Mio Global company specialized in the field of electronic bracelets for a new technique for measuring physical activity, in an effort to create a new standard to measure the physical activity of users on the fitness machines wearable.
Canadian company and was among the first companies that have adopted tracking technology visual heartbeat, but now is trying to stand out by creating a completely new scale to monitor physical activity ignores step “which has become the standard for smart devices wearable base of the” 10,000.
In addition to the new product called “slice” Slice, Mio has introduced points system launched by the name of “analysis of personal activity” Personal Activity Intelligence or PAI. A total score Mahrzh a personal nature on the basis of age, sex, and heart rate Almstrih and maximum heart rate.
It is supposed to reflect the total points achieved PAI-specific user stress levels – unlike the step, which Mio company now says he was “not accurate way to measure the activity of the 10,000 system, so that the steps are different from each other, then it’s not all physical activities require take steps. ”
Mio explained that the system’s algorithms PAI is based on the HUNT study, a longitudinal study of the health of the vast conducted between 1984 and 2008 at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, tens of thousands of participants.
According to one of the findings of the study, for example, that the heart rate Almstrih an important indicator on the fitness of the heart overall and blood vessels, as heart rate higher Almstrih associated with increased heart risk and blood vessels in the long term.
Slice and measures the tracking device, which revealed Mio on the sidelines of its participation in the International Consumer Electronics Show CES 2016, steps, and distance, calories burned, sleep and watching, and provides notifications on smartphones.
It is noteworthy that Mio is not the only company that offers a program avoids the base of the “10,000 steps”, as companies Pebble smart watch launched last month a new platform of physical activity for the health of the user change targets based on the extent of its activity, rather than compel the same goal every dayViewing:-147
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