Pills Adjutant — medication adherence tool for iOS and Android

Pills Adjutant — medication adherence tool for iOS and Android

The DataArt Orange team published a new project — Pills Adjutant. Staying on track with a treatment plan relies a lot on self-management. However, those who have to take medicine often find it difficult to recollect taking a dose at the right time, or even at all. With Pills Adjutant, medication adherence tool for iOS and Android, there is no need to remember. It helps you keep up with your medication schedule utilizing modern wearable devices, such as Apple Watch or similar for Android. See the full description and the screenshots on the project's page. The demo can be provided on request. Also, subscribe to our news below, we'll keep you posted.
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Smart watch will win the market, and here’s why

Smart watch will win the market, and here’s why

The launch of Apple Watch has meant that wearable technologies – and smart watches in particular – are getting a lot of attention. Just think about this; according to Juniper research, over 70M fitness wearable devices are expected to be in use worldwide by 2018, up from 19M in 2014. On top of that, Business Insider estimates that the smart watch will be the leading product category on the wearable market and will account for 59% of total wearable device shipments this year, expanding to just over 70% of shipments by 2019.
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ResearchKit for Developers

The heading on Apple’s ResearchKit page says, ‘Nothing is more important than our health’. With that motto in mind, a new framework was created. The iPhone has now got a new feature, it can be used as a medical research device to help doctors and patients. The ResearchKit framework will be officially available in April and Apple has already published 5 applications (for the U.S. only) supporting it.
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How To: Use GoogleFit API

How To: Use GoogleFit API

Today we’ll talk about the basics of the GoogleFit API for the Android platform and will try to put this knowledge into practice. We’ll create a project and read fitness data from the available sensors, store them in a GoogleFit cloud and later read the history. Also we will overview the possibilities to apply this experience to real projects.
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A Digital Pen in the IoT System with the DeviceHive Platform

Business professionals and consumers are discovering the benefits of wireless digital pens. By writing on special digital paper or directly on select computer screens, digital pen users can convert their sketches, diagrams, and any other type of handwritten communication into electronic files instantaneously. These files can integrate across devices and applications. Users can synchronize their notes with electronic calendars, provide their electronic signatures on contracts in Adobe PDF format, and create visual overlays onto web content. They can also convert handwritten notes into text, allowing mobile users to create and share “mobile notes”. The technology decreases paper usage and the need for manual electronic conversion tasks, and adds some interesting new capabilities for electronic communication.
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