The German based GNS GmbH announces a new fitness and environmental tracker called “Fitti Guard”. Fitti Guard includes several sensors – e.g. UV index and temperature – and features like step counting and heart rate tracking.

Fitti Guard Activity Tracker (Image: Fitti/GNS GmbH)

Fitti Guard Health and Fitness Tracker (Image: Fitti/GNS GmbH)

The list of sensors is quite impressive:

  • GPS
  • Optical heart rate sensor
  • Accelerometer
  • UV index
  • Barometer
  • Temperature
  • Air quality
  • Humidity
  • X-Ray
  • Noise

Features are calculating floors climbed and calories burned and heart rate tracking. Fitti Guard will also include features like automatic activity recognition (e.g. golfing, basketball, …), sleep monitoring and GPS activity tracking.

Fitti Guard Kickstarter campaign

This unique activity GPS watch combines fitness and additional health functionality in a single stylish device offering protection from daily environmental influences. We are very proud that our engineers were able to integrate reliable UV and air quality sensors in such a small device. Fitti Guard will give a notice if sun protection is required or to open a window if the indoor air quality is bad based on the WHO recommendations. We will have our Kickstarter campaign end of March 2016 and it would be great if we get the same positive feedback as we had during CES exhibition in Las Vegas this year.” said Bernd Bierwisch, CEO and founder of GNS GmbH.

The Fitti Guard activity tracker will be available end of 2016 and can be preordered during a Kickstarter campaign in April 2016.

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Fitti press release

Wuerselen (Germany), Feb. 09, 2016 – GNS GmbH, a leading developer of embedded location and mobile electronics technology, is pleased to announce the presentation of Fitti Guard a new generation of fitness and environmental tracker.

State of the art fitness features – beyond well established functions like step- and levelcount, calories burned and heart rate, Fitti Guard offers advanced features including automatic recognition of activities (e.g. golfing, basketball, tennis etc.), sleep analysis and GPS tracking, supporting an active and conscious lifestyle.

Unique environmental sensing and protection functions help identifying and avoiding unhealthy situations. Numerous sensors continuously measure ultra-violet -, gamma-ray radiation, noise exposure as well as air quality. Consumers receive warnings triggered as soon as individually configurable dose rates or levels are exceeded. The Fitti Guard companion watch takes care of the daily well-being and assists users in a healthier lifestyle.

The attentive companion – stylish, light weight and with an outstanding battery life of up to 21 days – with the Fitti Guard companion watch you have a reliable health and fitness coach at your wrist.

“This unique activity GPS watch combines fitness and additional health functionality in a single stylish device offering protection from daily environmental influences. We are very proud that our engineers were able to integrate reliable UV and air quality sensors in such a small device. Fitti Guard will give a notice if sun protection is required or to open a window if the indoor airquality is bad based on the WHO recommendations. We will have our Kickstarter campaign end of March 2016 and it would be great if we get the same positive feedback as we had during CES exhibition in Las Vegas this year.” said Bernd Bierwisch, CEO and founder of GNS GmbH.

Fitti Guard will be available end of 2016 and can be preordered during our Kickstarter campaign in April 2016.

About GNS GmbH

GNS GmbH is a leading developer of embedded positioning and wireless communication solutions for the B2B and B2C markets. GNS hardware modules and software interfaces offer to developer and OEMs an easy and reliable way to integrate wireless technologies like GPS, GNSS, RDS/TMC and ADS-B into their products or applications. GNS GmbH is headquarted in Wuerselen, Germany with an subsidiary based in Hong Kong.

Fitti Guard Health And Activity Tracker was last modified: March 28th, 2016 by Joachim Bardua

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