Activeinsights bills its wearable lifestyle trackers as “the professional Fitbit”. Rather than making sure you hit 10,000 steps everyday, these wearables are about tracking your life.
At their heart, the wearables still gather stock data including steps, exercise sessions, calories, sedentary time and sleep, but it’s what Activeinsights does with the data that makes it unique.
Its various validation methods and algorithms allow it to make sense of the data the wearable collects, which in turn can help medical professionals diagnose and monitor a variety of conditions, including sleeping issues, obesity and diabetes.
One of these trackers costs £200 and boasts a one year battery life, and who knows? Maybe it could help keep you alive for longer.