Smart watches have long since left that old stigma of serving only to receive mobile notifications. That is an important utility and that, along with many others, is still present. However it is in the field of health where they are specializing the most and the new Movistar smartwatch is proof of this.
Is called take care of you and as reported by the company owned by Telefónica, it is a device aimed at people over 60 years of age. It takes this approach precisely because of these virtues in the field of health, although not so much for its health measurements, but also for its communication with emergency services.
Movistar’s new TeCuida Watch arrives on Monday
It will be this coming Monday, May 22, when this new watch will be available, which, according to Movistar, will be available on all the company’s sales channels. It will be at a price of 24.90 euros per monthprice that refers to the watch physically, but also the different services that it includes.
And it is that beyond technical specifications, of which Movistar has not provided much data, this new TeCuida stands out for the telecare services offered to the elderly. You are prepared to communicate with emergency services 24 hours a day, any day of the week.
Thus, he highlights his fall sensor that will be able to detect them both outdoors and indoors, having immediate communication with the emergency services to help them if necessary. Its GPS sensors are used to geolocate the position in which it is located and also alerts its previously established contacts.
These location sensors also serve to avoid greater evils with disorientation, since they will detect if you have left the usual area and notifications will be sent warning about it. Likewise, in case of emergency, family members may receive an SMS as a warning.
The clock will be connected to a mobile app in which family members can also have control in emergencies.
The watch includes other sensors to measure heart rate and blood oxygen, being in both cases vital signs to detect irregularities that may require health care. The watch also has a emergency button that will allow communication with care centers and thus receive the necessary assistance at any time and regardless of whether the watch has detected any condition or not.
Other interesting elements are also a classic in smartwatches, such as the step meter which can be useful to keep fit every day. In addition, it will be released an app also called ‘TeCuida’ and that will foreseeably be available on both iOS and Android.
Precisely this application will be used so that not only the owner of the watch can control it, but also family members will be able to download it in order to know, remotely, that the person in question is okay.
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