Precision biometrics. Endless possibilities.
Using Valencell technology: Accurate data from one device.
Valencell-powered products measure biometrics continuously and accurately in all environments across a wide range of activities and use cases. Consumers get clinically-validated data that gives them advanced biometrics such as:
- Continuous heart rate
- RR Interval/HRV
- Energy expenditure
- Metabolic rate
- Calories burned
- Distance traveled
- Steps taken
- VO2 Max
- Cardiac efficiency
- Blood pressure
Sports & Fitness
Anyone from a professional athlete to a weekend jogger gains a huge advantage in their fitness by understanding how their body responds to exercise. Imagine being able to dynamically adjust training and workouts with personalized biometric feedback and review past performances with historical data. Accurate biometric data is one of the most valuable training tools available.
Think about how much easier it would be to lead a healthier lifestyle with access to personal, real-time biometric data. This kind of information can provide the backbone of monitoring solutions for those with ongoing health issues like diabetes or hypertension. Accurate biometric data is key to proactively empowering consumers to bettering their personal health and wellness.
Wearable technology provides instant access to critical information, improves quality, and helps increase collaboration. This technology enhances existing workflows and opens new opportunities in many aspects of this industry.
Monitoring real-time physiological data of military personnel in training and deployment situations can ensure optimal performance, contextual awareness, and distribution of additional resources as necessary. Our sensor technology is being seamlessly integrated into wearable and hearable communication devices military personnel are already using, eliminating the need for additional equipment to carry and maintain.
Vital sign monitoring is a crucial part of keeping first responders safe during their work. Valencell technology offers a wide array clinically-validated data that help teams stay on top of their responders without hindering their activities.
Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-generated immersive environment that simulates experience. Unlike virtual reality, which requires you to inhabit an entirely virtual environment, augmented reality (AR) uses your existing natural environment and simply overlays virtual information on top of it. From chronic pain management, to surgical procedures, to fitness gaming, virtual and augmented reality tools enable users to experience a world where virtual information improves everyday activities. The synergy between accurate biometrics and AR/VR continues to accelerate as systems become more affordable and are adopted for diverse uses in healthcare, fitness, education, gaming, and business.