Smart Wristband, an IoT Wearable – A Case Study

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Smart Wristband, an IoT Wearable – A Case Study

The Customer: IoT wearable Manufacturer

The client, a wearable health device manufacturer, reached out to us for cloud server support. Our skilled developers at Infomaze equipped a smartwatch with wearable medical sensors with the Internet of Things to achieve m2m connections, between the smart wristband to the web and mobile applications developed by our expert developers.

The Challenge

Maintaining and automatic storage of the data continuously generated by the sensor device, a health smartwatch on a cloud database.

The generated data stored on the database server to seamlessly reflect on a web application as well as a mobile application that can process, analyze, and report the data in an easily understandable, visualizable format.

Smart Wristband, An IoT Wearable

Their Requirements:

Automatic and real-time syncing of data including data from smartwatch resting heart rate monitor and beats per minute, data from the smartwatch with BP monitor, the number of steps taken, stairs climbed, calories burnt, tracking daily exercise and sleep, to name a few, in a cloud database server uninterruptedly.

A secure web application and a mobile app that reflects the data secured through the wearable sensor device in real-time. The data includes the wearer’s blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature, and map fencing feature for the client to monitor the location of the wearable device along with a secure login option.

Technologies and tools used to provide the solution

Our knowledgeable developers utilizing the Internet of Things have made the transfer of data from the sensor device to the database, Mongo DB, seamless. Also, making use of the back-end technology, Node JS and Express JS and the front-end technology, React JS, have come up with a responsive web application and using React Native technology, our developers have developed a mobile app that is user-friendly and syncs data in real-time with the web application of the same wearable device.

The Results

With the help of our cloud server support, the client could manage all the data from the health smart bracelet by effortlessly being able to store, sort, analyze and maintain the data obtained from the smart bracelet.

Also, the client could manage the sensor device easily through an effective communication established using the Internet of Medical Things between the device and the server by our developers.

The client could effectively track the wearable location using the pre-decided map fencing feature developed by our IoT developers.

With the web application and the mobile application that our IoT developers built, real-time data sync was no longer an issue. It provided a user-friendly platform for our client’s end-user, making it one of the best smart bracelets available. As a result of which, our client saw a boost in their ROI.