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IoT Applications for Wearables

Growing out of playground: applications for wearables that really impress with Kaa

Wearable technology is a hallmark of the Internet of Things and the most ubiquitous of its implementations to date. The efficiency of data processing achieved by various smart wristwear, hearables, and smart glasses is gradually dispelling inert skepticism among the public and is getting closer to where wearables will bring exceptional value to our lives.

The Kaa IoT Platform complements wearable technology with superb ready-to-use IoT functions and applications. Kaa is easily integrated with tiny microchips in wearable devices and enables instant interoperability, profile management, data collection, notifications, security, and other features. Kaa also provides scalable backend functionality to ensure loss-free communication between wearable devices and to connect them with data analytics and visualization tools.

Kaa is a 100% open-source IoT platform and thus offers a very open, powerful feature set which is constantly incremented and validated by the Kaa Community. As a result, the development timeline for advanced wearable applications is shortened with Kaa to weeks or even days. Built with Kaa, wearable applications stand out from widely used rudimentary solutions and deliver everything that the customer may expect.

What you can do with Kaa

  • Multi-device data exchange

    Multi-device data exchange

  • Broad sensor hardware support

    Broad sensor hardware support

  • Data integration across apps/devices

    Data integration across apps/devices

  • In-cloud data storage

    In-cloud data storage

  • Topic-based notifications

    Topic-based notifications

  • Controlled firmware updates

    Controlled firmware updates

  • Customized data analytics and reporting

    Customized data analytics and reporting

  • Autonomous interoperability

    Autonomous interoperability


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