Alphabet Inc’s Health Sciences Research Firm Verily develops a Smart Study Watch

By Kachi Ojieh Thursday, April 20, 2017
Smartwatches haven't precisely capture peoples fancy as expected even when it has been available in the market for some time. There are two noteworthy reasons behind that – the extreme costs and the many-sided quality of the watch themselves.

Most smartwatches have an OLED display, great number of sensors and connectivity options yet they are difficult to live with. In particular, none of them do the straightforward job of indicating the current time and date. Nevertheless, it appears that one organization has comprehended the problem and has a solution at hand.

Unlike the regular Android Wear watches available today, Alphabet Inc’s health sciences research firm Verily (In the past known as Google Life Sciences) has come up with the “Study Watch”. The Study Watch deviates from the norm of showing notifications from users’ phone, internet feeds, map navigation and third-party apps. In any case, it shows you time and date on a moderately easier e-ink display which implies that an individual will have the ability to wear it for at least seven days before charging up the battery.


If you are wondering why the Study Watch is categorized as a smartwatch, it is because it has a heart rate sensor along with sensors for tracking electrodermal activity and inertial movements. Verily’s essential target is to create and release tools to help doctors collect health information. The Study Watch retains all the sensors from a “regular” smartwatch to track the health information of the user.

The health data gathered on the Study Watch is stored in an encrypted format for security and sent to Verily’s cloud servers for further use by medical researchers.

Conclusion
What we basically need is a Study Watch that is efficient, working successfully and practical to live with. A Smart watch with a difference to meet the demanding needs of its users.
Smartwatches haven't precisely capture peoples fancy as expected even when it has been available in the market for some time. There are two noteworthy reasons behind that – the extreme costs and the many-sided quality of the watch themselves.

Most smartwatches have an OLED display, great number of sensors and connectivity options yet they are difficult to live with. In particular, none of them do the straightforward job of indicating the current time and date. Nevertheless, it appears that one organization has comprehended the problem and has a solution at hand.

Unlike the regular Android Wear watches available today, Alphabet Inc’s health sciences research firm Verily (In the past known as Google Life Sciences) has come up with the “Study Watch”. The Study Watch deviates from the norm of showing notifications from users’ phone, internet feeds, map navigation and third-party apps. In any case, it shows you time and date on a moderately easier e-ink display which implies that an individual will have the ability to wear it for at least seven days before charging up the battery.


If you are wondering why the Study Watch is categorized as a smartwatch, it is because it has a heart rate sensor along with sensors for tracking electrodermal activity and inertial movements. Verily’s essential target is to create and release tools to help doctors collect health information. The Study Watch retains all the sensors from a “regular” smartwatch to track the health information of the user.

The health data gathered on the Study Watch is stored in an encrypted format for security and sent to Verily’s cloud servers for further use by medical researchers.

Conclusion
What we basically need is a Study Watch that is efficient, working successfully and practical to live with. A Smart watch with a difference to meet the demanding needs of its users.
Kachi Ojieh
Kachi Ojieh

"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.

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