mSafety for health & wellness

Maximise personal freedom for everyone. Even those with a health condition.

mSafety for health & wellness

Maximise personal freedom for everyone. Even those with a health condition.

Towards a healthier future

Remote patient monitoring for better health and wellness

As society’s approach to health and wellness shifts towards more proactive care, IoT technology opens up new opportunities. Service providers can build scalable, user-friendly remote monitoring applications based on the mSafety platform.

Stay safe

Services built on mSafety provide a discreet, effective way of monitoring people with chronic health conditions such as diabetes, stroke, heart failure or arrhythmia. Wellness applications help healthy people of all ages stay in shape.

Stay safe

Services built on mSafety provide a discreet, effective way of monitoring people with chronic health conditions such as diabetes, stroke, heart failure or arrhythmia. Wellness applications help healthy people of all ages stay in shape.

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Data security

All transferred data is end-to-end encrypted, and no sensitive information is ever visible or stored in the mSafety backend.

Many use cases

Many use cases

mSafety is suitable for a variety of use cases, e.g. elderly care, monitoring chronic diseases etc. Please note, partners are responsible for acquiring medical certification, if needed.

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Easy for end users

Thanks to low-complexity design and monochrome display, the mSafety wearable is easy to handle, regardless of age or skills level.

Power-efficient wearable

Power-efficient wearable

Thanks to LTE Cat-M1 long range connectivity, the mSafety wearable has an extended battery life.

Reliable flow of data

Reliable flow of data

A global roaming profile ensures the wearable is continuously connected without the need for pairing it with a mobile phone.

Continuous bi-directional data helps healthcare providers improve

Bi-directional communication

Continuous bi-directional data helps healthcare providers improve their services and increase operational efficiency over time.

Consumer wearables do not measure up

A recent mSafety study highlights that U.S. consumers are eager to adopt remote health monitoring devices. 75 percent of those surveyed said they would be willing to wear a specialised remote health monitoring device if it was prescribed by their doctor. However, specialised devices are needed, since only 28 percent would trust a consumer health wearable device to do the job.
Consumer wearables do not measure up

mSafety health & wellness in practice

If an elderly man living alone wears the mSafety device, it could prompt him to take his medicine or do his daily exercises. If he should fall, an external fall detection sensor could generate and send an alert to his care manager or family member.

mSafety health & wellness in practice

If an elderly man living alone wears the mSafety device, it could prompt him to take his medicine or do his daily exercises. If he should fall, an external fall detection sensor could generate and send an alert to his care manager or family member.

mSafety for health & wellness – at a glance

For service providers

  • Fully scalable and quick to implement
  • Easy fleet management
  • Reliable connectivity
  • Data can increase proactivity and service innovations

For end users

  • Low complexity, purpose-built wearable
  • Easy to use
  • IoT low-power consumption
  • Bright, simple monochrome display
  • Data subscription plan and global roaming profile

Get in touch

Interested in finding out more about mSafety? We’d like to hear from you!