Imagimob AB

Imagimob announces the SensorBeat System, the world's first motion intelligence system on the edge

Pressmeddelande   •   Feb 17, 2016 08:15 CET

The SensorBeat System is the first complete package that contains all the necessary electronics and artificial intelligence for understanding the motion of things and people. The system is an optimal fusion of hardware and software, that can be easily integrated into 3rd party products.

This enables companies to differentiate and strengthen their offerings with next generation motion intelligence.

The SensorBeat System is a powerful yet cost-effective ready to use device, it targets a wide range of segments from gaming (gesture recognition), health/medtech (human motion analysis, body analysis), industry (preventive maintenance), personal security (accident/attack detection) to animal behavior (tracking pets / animal health).

Anders Hardebring CEO of Imagimob quoted "SensorBeat will add value to a wide range of applications, enabling product companies to improve understanding of their products, increasing revenues from aftermarket sales and improving safety and usability, while encouraging interaction between the product users and manufacturers".

The SensorBeat System is a software and hardware solution that contains top of the line sensors, impressive storage capabilities, Bluetooth low energy and external communication ports.

SensorBeat is also available as a software package that can be easily integrated into 3rd party hardware platforms. SensorBeat is patented technology.

Imagimob is currently providing SensorBeat to a group of selected customers.

Imagimob will showcase the SensorBeat System at Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona. Come and meet us in the Swedish Pavillon, Hall 7 Stand 7E41.

For more info, contact:
Anders Hardebring, CEO and Co-founder
mobile: +46 70 591 06 14
email: anders@imagimob.com

About Imagimob
Imagimob is an innovation company with expert competence in sensor technology and artificial intelligence. The company is based in Stockholm, Sweden.

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