Most Advanced Activity Tracker
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Equipped with improved Bluetooth technology, Aidlab can be used with all of the newest devices.
Aidlab's battery will keep it running for up to 2 days of standard using. Rechargeable through USB.
Advanced technology and ingenious algorithms guarantee accuracy in measuring your biosignals.
Aidlab is equipped with high-end biosensors that are usually mounted in medical-grade devices. This gives Aidlab unprecedented advantage when compared to a typical activity trackers.
Most ECG and respiration monitors are bulky and burdensome, require a complicated fitting in the doctor’s office or provide limited information on the user’s heart or lungs performance. Aidlab, by contrast, is wearable and designed for continuous monitoring anytime and anywhere, without compromising comfort and lifestyle.
Good health is meaningful. We have created Aidlab so you can stay in good condition for as long as possible. With Aidlab, you will know that you are sick before it happens. Saving data about your body will allow Aidlab to analyse little changes and tell you what is happening inside you. These measurements tell not only how well your heart, lungs, or cardiac system work, but the most essential - how they influence one another. If one limb works improperly, it will make the other work more than it should.
Aidlab also gives a lot of information about your bodyweight exercises. The quality of training is collected in an app, helping you in having more fun while training. Aidlab was designed to make everyday exercising less complicated. If you are annoyed by counting or sometimes feel unwell after tiresome sets, you can make great use of Aidlab.
Aidlab understands very different exercises, like push-ups, sit-ups, squats, jumps, and burpees. The variety of exercises analyzed by Aidlab is growing consistently, so the device will be learning more about your movements when you train using it.
These measurements are unique life signals that give you information about your health. Normally, they are collected at hospitals. ECG (or EKG) is a tiny electrical charges on the skin arising from the heart muscle’s electrophysiological activity. It shows if most of our body works properly - veins, inner limbs, and nervous system. This is one of the most important measurements. Respiration is a simple measurement collected with advanced sensors, which gives information about lungs and number or depth of breaths taken every minute.
1. You must not rely on the information provided by Aidlab as an alternative to a medical device, medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare providers. If you have specific questions about any medical matter, you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare providers. You should never delay seeking medical advice or discontinue medical treatment because of information provided by the applications dedicated for Aidlab.
2. Your features may vary depending on the model of the Aidlab you have, firmware version, and on your region. To find out which features are supported in your region, and your Aidlab, go to Feature Availability.
3. Aidlab has its own flash memory storage - choose a bigger capacity to take advantage of all the features, without the need to be connected to a smartphone.
4. Aidlab can track multiple sleep-related parameters including noise-pollution, body movements (and position), breathing wave, or heart rate variability. Most market activity trackers claim that they are capable of detecting sleep phases, sleep quality, or sleep duration but the reliability is highly questionable. Report states that activity trackers "are unable to accurately discriminate stages of sleep" without specialized equipment, like brainwave monitors.