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Swatch evolution of operating system for smart hours
A group Swatch Swatch Swiss watchmaking for it is working on an alternative to the systems of smart devices midwife run – to – wear Ondreuer Ware iMac OS iOS development, and with increasing competition between the Swiss manufacturer of hours and Silicon Valley to control the smart watch – oriented consumers.
Nick Hayek, CEO of Swatch and pointed out that the company is working to find an alternative to a regular Android iMac or feed system, and that the brand of the company, “Tissot” Tissot will present a new model by the end of 2018, the Swiss system is used to make, and who will also be able to connect the little things and wearable devices.
Hayek added that the new system will work to reduce the energy required to work, giving longer battery life and allows the clock to operate for a longer time without recharging, as the new operating system works to protect data better than the current Smart hours working by Android iMac systems or feed.
The Swiss watch industry has been able to adapt to new competition since the entry of Apple this area with the Apple Smart Watch her watch in 2015, it is currently facing a tough challenge represented by Swatch trying to overcome the technology companies such as Apple and Google, through the development of an operating system for their competition.
The company said it has developed the smallest bluetooth chip in the world to be used in clocks and household items, according to Hayek, the approach the company with the goal of thinking a few minutes things will work better, because the company is trying to solve the biggest problem of such devices of short battery life.
It is currently being developed new operating system in cooperation with the Swiss Center for Electronics and microelectronic technology, which specializes in miniaturization University, and it seems that the company is ready to supply third parties operating its system apart from the manufacture smart for their own clocks.
Swatch has received about 100, according to Hayek asked, half of small companies in Silicon Valley do not want to rely on Android or any or feed, to get more information about the new operating system.
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