President of Withings, Philippe Schwartz demos the Activité a french-inspired, swiss made watch and activity tracker. Capable of tracking sleep and movement, the watch connects to your smart phone via bluetooth to send real time insights on your daily goals. The watch is available for purchase coming late Fall 2014.
As part of Indu Subaiya’s larger exploration of Consumer Technologies, Health 2.0 hosted our first Wearable Tech Runway where we showcased 7 companies that are disrupting wearable computing literally from head to toe!
Bringing together the most innovative wearables and personal health trackers that are pushing individualized medicine into the future this session focused on how consumers are experiencing new lifestyles centered around technology. And in case you missed it, you can watch the fast-paced and fun Wearable Tech Runway with 7 amazing and fashionable wearable companies.
Moderated by Indu Subaiya, Big Data: Tools and Applications for Individuals showcased the technology companies are creating to harness consumer data in order to make more informed decisions regarding health care. Anthony Begando represented SEER Health as the session sponsor. Speakers included Marvin Ammori, Jerry Sheehan, and Ben Wolin, joined by demos from ESRI, Treato, Moving Analytics, Withings, and MedHelp.
Philippe Schwartz, President of Withings, has extensive global general management expertise in the consumer Internet, telecommunications and enterprise software areas. Operations have run in the US, Europe, Israel and Asia. This year Philippe demoed Withing’s newest device, Pulse. Pulse is an integrative tracker device which makes multiple data sources available to the consumer, both static and comparatively over time.