The mSafety platform consists of two main components: a wearable device and a cloud back-end.
mSafety customers develop their own unique application to be embedded in the wearable, and connected to their back-end application, through the mSafety cloud back-end.
The wearable is directly connected to the Internet without the need for pairing with a mobile phone. It features in-device sensors with algorithms to monitor i.a. activity, heart rate, heart rate variability, VO2Max, as well as GNSS/GPS for location tracking. In addition, it can be connected to external sensors via Bluetooth Low Energy or NFC. A global roaming profile and data subscription plan means the wearable remains continuously connected in all environments.
The unobtrusive device works out of the box - once switched on, the wearable connects automatically with the service provider’s back-end and starts sending data.
Size: 53,2 x 45,0 x 12,75 mm
Weight: ca 30g
eUICC: LTE Cat-M connectivity, ready-to-use with global roaming profile (embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card)
Sensors: Accelerometer, GPS, Gyro, Heart Rate
Screen: 1.4 inch 160x160 pixel Monochrome OLED with touch + 3 HW keys
Water resistance: IP68
Notifications: Vibrator, buzzer
The mSafety watch features low power consumption in a variety of modes thanks to an advanced LTE release 13 CAT-M1 chipset, and power-efficient multicore microcontroller. These features allow for an extended battery life.
Note about medical certification
Although the mSafety wearable is suitable for a variety of different use cases, including medical, it is important to note that the wearable is not a medically certified device. Should medical certification of the customer application be necessary, this is the responsibility of the customer.