The Google-owned company announced today that its “Biobots” smartwatch is now the first smartwatch with a built-in device to scan and record medical data.
The wearable, which was first shown off at the Google I/O developer conference earlier this year, comes equipped with a 3D camera, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass and other sensors.
The device can also automatically record and save medical data for later analysis.
Biobot has partnered with the American Cancer Society (ACS), the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to provide its devices with the capability to capture and analyze the data generated by the devices cameras.
As the company explained in a blog post, Biobots can also analyze medical images in real-time to help doctors quickly spot the most likely sites for early detection.
“Biobotics is the first wearable device to capture health data on a 3-D map and share that data with healthcare professionals, who can then use that data to improve care,” said Biobot CEO and co-founder Aaron Grosman.
“We believe Biobotics will make it possible to provide more personalized and personalized care, especially in remote areas.”
The Google I-O conference also saw the unveiling of Biobotic’s newest smartwatch, the Biobotted, a smart band that can scan for and capture medical data, including temperature and humidity.
The band can also capture images in the form of a 3×3 grid.
The Biobottles are designed to be worn in conjunction with the Bioprocessing System.
The Biobodied, which will be available to purchase on March 31, will include an integrated 3D sensor that can be placed on a smartphone and use a Wi-Fi connection to capture a picture and scan for tumors.
The Bioprobe, a $249.99 accessory that can also be used with a smartphone, will come with a sensor that captures images in 3D and allows the user to quickly search for the tumor in a photo.
With its smartwatch and Biobod, Google is pushing its platform to the medical community, with the hope of giving patients a better understanding of their health and to help with the diagnosis and treatment of their diseases.
Google said the Biobs can also help with cancer screening and is working with a number of healthcare providers to make the devices more affordable.
According to the company, the company is currently testing out a number different smartwatches to improve the device’s capabilities, including the Biobalaclava, which allows the wearer to scan a target area for a tumor without touching the device.