Monthly Archives: November 2011
We have recently released an update for the Smart Baby Monitor’s internal software. This update includes the following changes.
Quantified Self 2011 at Amsterdam after action report: lots of cool discussions and a new infographic by Withings
The first Quantified Self Europe conference was held in Amsterdam on Saturday and Sunday Nov. 26-27 and Withings took this opportunity to meet with this community that has been very supportive of our products and our philosophy since the founding of the company. It was also the perfect occasion to present for the first time a nice infographic we had been working on.
The field of connected health has given birth to great innovations in areas such as self-tracking or preventive medicine. Another application that has developed greatly during the past few years is elderly care.
One of the challenges of elderly care is being as unobtrusive as possible. Perhaps the main goal of this branch of medicine is to enable people to remain at home for as long as possible before having to move to a specialized care facility. Connected technology offers a number of solutions for this.
In our time, moms are juggling between work, family, friends, and interests. New technologies and social media help them managing it all. The mom’s have thus fully integrated the digital universe into her daily life routines. Read more
We have discussed many innovations and new technologies that enable mobile healthcare on the blog. Today, let’s take a look at one of the most promising and most controversial of them: RFID.
We’ve previously mentioned the emerging trend “Quantified Self” here on the blog. This expression is used to characterize people who are using self-tracking tools to analyze their personal data and share it with their networks. Successful self-tracking largely depends on tools and devices that add value to the information and make it possible to effortlessly track and share complex data. Read more