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Connecting health and performance via IoT

"Unveiling the Power of Wearable Tech and IoT: Elevating Health and Performance"

Nowadays, with the help of technology development, tracking health data has become necessary for various age and job groups.

“Wearable technology is any kind of electronic device designed to be worn on the user’s body. Such devices can take many forms including jewelry, accessories, medical devices, and clothing or elements of clothing.”

The ease provided by wearable technology has made it nearly impossible to take off.

With the improvement of washable garment trackers by WearTech Club, they have become indispensable in daily life.

What are some examples of WEARABLE TECH FIRMS?


Hexoskin is an example of a firm that produces washable wearable technology in order to improve health data and analysis.

There are four types of products, which include a pro kit, a pro shirt, a smart kit, and a smart shirt with varied features.

The pro kit is the most comprehensive and professional one that includes every product Hexoskin has.


Astroskin, which differs from Hexoskin with an additional headband and extended features, allows the tracking of signs such as ECG, respiration, and blood pressure.

It has a vital sign-monitoring platform that can be used on mobiles and computers, which makes it more useful for improving health performance.

Smartwatches are also significant for wearable technology!


Whoop is another example of a firm that produces wearable technology:

Whoop differs from WearTech and Hexoskin by displaying such things as the sleep needed and the optimal wake-up time on their smartwatch.

Similar to WearTech Club, it also has a mobile app where the user can track their data and obtain a personalized analysis.

In contrast with WearTech Club, Whoop focuses on improving health performance related to sleep, whereas WearTech Club aims to enhance sports performance via wearables.

Wrist-borne wearables, smart headbands, clothing and shoes, and headphones are the most common examples of wearable technology today.


The Internet of Things is the network connection between devices that use the Internet to gather and exchange data. The IoT system enables devices to access various data through the shared network.

This method of sharing data plays a significant role in the development of wearable technology.

While there are some risks and disadvantages of IoT in wearables, its advantages outweigh those in the use of shareable data in the health sector.

“Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices have made remote monitoring in the healthcare sector possible, unleashing the potential to keep patients safe and healthy, and empowering physicians to deliver superlative care.”

IoT is also used for collecting data in fitness:

Health- and fitness-oriented wearable devices that offer biometric measurements such as heart rate, perspiration levels, and even complex measurements like oxygen levels in the bloodstream are also becoming available.”

Although wearable technology is pretty common among all age groups nowadays, the willingness of people to connect their devices together is fluctuating:

“People who give their connected device access to personal information such as health data, they allow third parties to use this data. Concerns about data security and privacy are compounded by the uncertainty people have about how their data is shared across devices.”

Even though sharing personal data seems unfavorable, it is necessary to gather more precise data and create a more personalized analysis. To come to common ground with the users, some firms follow the policy of providing extra facilities to users who accept to share their information.

What role does IoT play in Wearable Technology?

The connection between devices, provided by the IoT system, effectively impacts the growth and usefulness of wearable technology.

This system of network connection is commonly used in health monitoring, via wearables, and transferring data from a smartwatch or smart shirt to a mobile phone or computer.

IoT makes it a lot easier to transfer data;

In WearTech Club, the health data collected from the wearables is automatically transferred to the mobile app, where it is presented to the user right after, using the Internet of Things network.

What are the BENEFITS of IoT in Wearables?

Through the network provided by IoT, the ways that people can access their data have increased a lot compared to earlier.

For instance, with the use of mobile phones, everyone can see their health data, and even acquire a personalized analysis just with one click from their mobiles. This analysis is generally shared across other apps in order to be fully developed.

Most measured values in smartwatches:

The Global Health Wearables Market is Already Big and Expanding Fast!

Shipping values in the Wearable Technology market:

The use of wearable medical sensors and devices has increased since 2021, and the rate of the increase is more than that of smartwatches.

According to the graphs, people use wearables, smartwatches, the most to track their steps per day and workout performance. Smartwatches have the least percentage of use with the aim of spotting chronic health conditions, which the products of WearTech Club are specially trained for.

The main GOAL is the SAME:

Even though types of wearable technology firms vary, the common goal is to support a healthier lifestyle and improve human performance by providing more professional sports hours via the collected data.

Overall we, as WearTech Club, aim to professionalize the product experience via the help of IoT systems and maximize human performance by transferring the data to our mobile app and allowing tracking at all times.


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"Smartwatch company about health and fitness, with a wearable device for personalized data tracking and performance optimization."


"A wearable technology company specializing in smart garments that monitor various biometric data for health and performance analysis."

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"Smartwatches are on rise, aiding health monitoring and symptom detection, with substantial growth predicted by Deloitte."


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