Wearable SoC Platform Enables Fast Time-To-Market For Children Trackers

SAN JOSE, CA --- The InvenSense ICM-30632 Wearable Sensor System on Chip (SoC) is being used to deliver the wrist worn fitness/wellness features in children wristband products by Chinese OEM eeBBK. The new product launch of eeBBK’s Children’s Watch, is using InvenSense’s wearable SoC to deliver a variety of sensor related wellness/fitness features such a Photoplethysmography (PPG) Motion artifact correction, steps, activity classification, distance, and sleep analysis.

The wearable SoC platform includes an integrated 6-axis MEMS (3-axis accelerometer + 3-axis gyroscope) motion sensor, an embedded ARM Cortex processor, and InvenSense’s Digital Motion Processor (DMP) blocks for efficient lower power sensor processing in a small 3mm x 3mm 24-QFN package. The complete wearable SoC delivers the following activity and fitness related features, in addition to the baseline wrist-worn feature set of step counter, activity classifier (walk, run, bike, still), and Bring-to-See gesture:
• Calorie counter
• Sleep quality analysis
• Distance and floors climbed
• Wrist gestures: double-tap and shake
• Analytics: walk/run and stand/sit time accrual and sedentary reminder
• PPG sensor related measurements (motion artifact correction and R-R interval for Heart Rate Variation).

The wearable platform is intended to provide the baseline wrist worn features related to context, vital sign monitoring and inertial sensor related analytics, allowing the OEM to focus on individual specific product feature differentiation.

For additional information and data sheets, visit http://www.invensense.com
 

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