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About the company
2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds, Suisse
Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Sustainable cities and communities
Vitruvian Shield- Swiss Custom Watches SA
Connecting humans and vehicles with a biometric bracelet as main interface to supply automotive,Transport & Health Ind.
Swiss Custom Watches will propose a healthy & secure new generation of medical wearable devices to use as biometric (Human/Machine) interface. With our previous experience on research & development with the Swiss Watch Industry for private labels; and now our partnership with the best Swiss Medtech companies, we want to use the last sensing components on watch bands and Classic or smart watches; and with a white & Swiss Made label propose the new API IP for different industries society needs.
Biometric bracelet combining exclusive chemical & optical sensors with patente medical data interpretation Softwares.
Development of a smartband integrating last generation of chemical & optical sensors & a biométric identification;to be use as main interface with future autonomous vehicles. A biométric bracelet to measure the following health indicators: The alcohol & physical stress levels, sleep (phases/quality/time/fatigue & drowsiness), type of activity, activity levels, breathing levels, heart beat, body temperature and calories expended. A biométric interface for autonomous vehicles equipment that will: Inform driver of his biometrics and activate autonomous driving security when biometrics are excessive. Send medical information in an accident event. Activate the emergency services and assistance if driver feel unwell when driving; or even in a near future...drive him autonomously to nearest medical services.
Categories of application
Industrial processes, Freight transportation, Urban and inter-urban mobility
Sector of application
Supply chain efficiency, Road transport, New vehicle types, System integration, Traffic and route management, Route optimization, Sensors and monitoring, Public transport, Private transport, System integration, Behavior management