invoxia unveils the first biometric HEALTH collar FOR DOGS
french tech company invoxia has unveiled the first advanced biometric health collar that keeps dogs healthy and safe. featuring long battery life and precision GPS tracking, the smart dog collar lets owners monitor their pet’s vitals, activity and location 24/7. announced at CES 2022, the collar makes it possible to keep a close eye on dogs with existing heart conditions, detect diseases early and seek lifesaving preventative treatment. furthermore, it can alert the owner of abnormal behavior or concerning vitals thanks to its lightweight, low power sensors that are enhanced with deep neural networks for accurate analysis.
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invoxia developed the smart dog collar to give owners a window into their pet’s health over the long-term and make it possible to react quickly before it’s too late. the collar makes it possible to measure your dog’s heart and respiratory rate with medical accuracy, keep tabs on their activity levels (walking, running, resting, scratching and barking) and their daily routine. innovative embedded artificial intelligence (known as ‘edge computing’) and next generation sensors – which have never been used in pet health before – make the collar capable of continuous and non-invasive monitoring of both resting heart and respiratory rate, even through thick fur. as such, it can detect different behaviors and habits, building on millions of data points collected from pet activity.
the collar also comes with real-time GPS tracking to know exactly where to look for your furry friend in case they get lost, run away, or are stolen. as soon as your dog is on the move, the collar tracks their location in real time and sends escape alerts in case it leaves predefined areas, like your backyard. the smart dog collar will be available for purchase in the summer of 2022 – find out more here.
the collar makes it possible to keep a close eye on dogs
it lets owners measure their dog’s heart and respiratory rate with medical accuracy
activate ‘lost mode’ if your dog runs away, gets lost or is stolen