The mSafety platform consists of two main components: a wearable device and a cloud backend.
mSafety customers develop their own unique application to be embedded in the wearable, and connected to their backend application, through the mSafety cloud backend.
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. 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.