Smart Wearable

Wearable technology is any kind of electronic device designed to be worn on the user’s body. Such devices can take many different forms, including jewelry, accessories, medical devices and clothing (or elements of clothing). The term wearable computing implies processing or communications capabilities, but in reality, the sophistication among wearable’s can vary.

The most sophisticated examples of wearable technology include AI hearing aids, Google Glass and Microsoft’s HoloLens, and a holographic computer in the form of a VR headset. An example of a less complex form of wearable technology is a disposable skin patch with sensors that transmit patient data wirelessly to a nearby control device. 

wearable technology include:

  • Smart jewelry, such as rings, wristbands, watches and pins. Smaller devices typically work in coordination with a smartphone app for display and interaction.
  • Body-mounted sensors that monitor and transmit biological data for healthcare purposes.
  • Fitness trackers, often in the form of wristbands or straps, that monitor things like physical activity and vital signs. Trackers may connect wirelessly to an app for data storage, processing and reporting.
  • Smart clothing with built-in technology that can perform a variety of tasks including fitness or health monitoring, interacting with phones and other devices and changing fabric characteristics to suit the user’s preference, activity or environment.
  • Augmented reality (AR) headsets that integrate digital information into a display of the user’s environment and mixed reality (MR) headsets that integrate physical reality and digital content in a way that enables interaction with and among real-world and virtual objects. (VR headsets, at the far end of the virtuality continuum, entirely replace the user environment with digital information.)
  • AI hearing aids that can filter out unwanted noises and automatically adapt for best performance in the user’s current environment. Such devices, sometimes referred to as hearables, can also incorporate capabilities such as fitness tracking, audio streaming and translation.


Keychain Tracker

Key finders are devices that help you find your keys or other personal items when they’ve somehow gotten away from you. Most key finders are controlled via your smartphone using Bluetooth and, at the press of a button, will beep or sing a song to help you track down your keys, your cat, or whatever else you’ve attached the finder onto.

  • Huge 400ft discovery range
  • Powerful volume capabilities
  • Stylish design with multiple color options
  • Replaceable battery
  • Built-in Alexa integration
  • Smartphone app can help you find items outside of Bluetooth range
  • Can push a button on the device to find your phone
  • IP55 dust and water resistant

Women Safety Pendent


  • Smart pendant has a safety device inside it, with its button on the back side.
  • Connect your pendant with the mobile app and Send SOS Alerts to pre-set guardians with a double press of the button on back side of the pendant
  • Using the app, you can share live location with friends when feeling unsafe while traveling. They will be able to see you moving on the map. Also, the user can navigate to the nearest hospital or police station.
  • Rechargeable battery with 7-10 days battery life in 15 minutes charging. Micro USB charger
  • Automatic voice activation to create SOS alerts
  • Works on Bluetooth(BLE) technology with Android and iOS application.

Smart Ring

RioSH Designed a ring of sleek, subtle design delivering smart functionality, Motiv Ring delivers tons of features in a small form with elegant, simple design. A wellness tracker you’ll actually wear all day, every day, Motiv Ring offers a 360-degree view of your health.
  • Huge 400ft discovery range
  • 3-axis inertial sensor
  • Heart Rate sensor
  • Sleek design with available in different colors

VR Display

VR headset also known as HMD (Head Mounted Display), can be seen as an enhanced display screen in front of the eyes. These Virutal Reality (VR) products and devices are typically tethered to a PC, smartphone or other types of computational platforms. Consumer applications include gaming, watching movies and live events, social media interactions and virtual tourism. Enterprise and commercial applications include education and training, construction, medicine, architecture where detailed rendering of objects and scenes of interest helps to make more efficient workflows and tasks through visualization.

VR headsets embed sensors, one or more image sensors, connectivity and, of course, very high resolution displays at high frame rates and wide field-of-view to deliver a realistic image and immersive experiences.

Design include Bluetooth & NFC connectivity solutions, motion, environmental and proximity sensors, MEMS speakers and microphones, power management, and an array of microcontrollers. We also offer power management solutions including wireless charging, USB PD, signal conditioning and protection.

Smart Bluetooth Headset

The process of developing a smart headset that meets high consumer expectations is complex and challenging, requiring the integration of an array of features and advanced capabilities.The Smart Headset Platform is designed to bring together powerful software and hardware to help deliver an end-to-end single-vendor smart headset solution.
  • Ultra-low-power consumption for extended playback time and battery life
  • Button and LED interface
  • Bluetooth 5.0 Low power module
  • Sleek design with available in different colors

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