Valencell Produces Educational Video Series for CTIA WIRELESS 2012
The annual International CTIA (News - Alert) WIRELESS show showcases ‘all things mobile,’ as claimed by the organizers. According to the organizers, the show is the best opportunity for carrier services, enterprise, communications, apps, content and social networking to create a more personalized, powerful experience in one place.
Interested parties now have more opportunities to learn more about the show and the events that will take place during the show. Valencell, a provider of mobile fitness technology that combines .audio headsets and earbuds, has unveiled a series of educational videos for the International CTIA WIRELESS 2012, to be held from May 8-10, 2012 in New Orleans.
CTIA Shows bring together all industries advanced by wireless technology for .business, learning and networking.
Vallencell will use its V-LINC fitness sensor technology to prepare its educational videos for the event. Valencell’s (News - Alert) V-LINC sensor technology measures real-time biometric and physiological data, with improved accuracy. V-LINC allows customers to capture accurate, meaningful, actionable and personalized health and fitness data such as metabolic rate and cardiovascular fitness (VO2max).
V-LINC technology includes the only earbud-based continuous heart rate monitoring technology, the company stated in a press release.
“Our studies show consumers want more information about their overall health and fitness level during exercise,” Dr. Steven LeBoeuf, CEO and co-founder of Valencell, said in a company press release. “Our sensor technology leverages the natural physiology of the ear to track real-time biometric data that can be streamed to virtually any device.”
The company impressed the judges with its V-LINC sensor technology that smoothly combines audio headset earbuds. Compared to other fitness monitors, it continuously measures more real-time biometric and physiological data, with higher accuracy and does so in a single device.
Edited by Braden Becker