December 19, 2014 -
Valencell announced it has licensed its PerformTek biometric technology to a number of technology companies including Intel, Jabra, Atlas, and Scosche, many of which will be showcased at the upcoming CES 2015.
PerformTek powers some of the latest wearable products available on the market, many of which will be showcased at CES 2015, which will be held January 6-9 in Las Vegas.
“Our partners choose PerformTek biometrics, because the technology is accurate, flexible and robust with the clinical data to back it up,” said Dr. Steven LeBoeuf, president of Valencell. “Products that are powered by PerformTek have the ability to collect continuous biometric data that can provide the most personalized, accurate and comprehensive picture of performance and fitness driving the recent demand for our technology.”
Valencell’s biometric technology enables these companies to develop their accurate, clinically validated, biometric wearable products.
These products include Jabra’s Sport Pulse Wireless Earbuds, Scosche’s Rhythm+ and Rhythm Smart Heart Rate Arm Band Monitors, SMS Audio’s BioSport In-Ear Wired Ear Bud, iriver’s iriverON Heart Rate Monitoring Bluetooth Headset, LG’s Heart Rate Earphones, and ATLAS Wristband.
In addition to current products on the market, Valencell is also partnering with the first responder and gaming industries to integrate biometric technology into various applications to provide an improved and highly-connected experience.
Previously reported, Valencell said it is seeing a huge demand from its licensees for its wearable biometric technology from fitness and health sectors, as well as responders/military and gaming industries.