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Phideas e-Health Smartwatch on China’s Central TV Channel CCTV-1

10 February 2017
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Shenzhen, February 2017. Phideas e-Health solution for elderly and vulnerable people was broadcasted today on China’s CCTV-1 News.

The Phideas Watch is available to health monitoring solutions providers. For detailed information on the Phideas Watch [click here]



Phideas e-Health is an innovative connected health platform for the remote monitoring of elderly and vulnerable people and patients. The system which comprises a smartwatch and a cloud server for medical reports generation is widely deployed in hospitals and nursing homes across Mainland China. Phideas e-Health is being used for the remote monitoring of the health of elderlies, patients, people suffering of Alzheimer and other medical conditions.

With 19 public channels and more than 400 programmes, China Central Television (CCTV) is the country’s most important state broadcaster and news broadcasting company. CCTV now has the world’s largest audience: 1.2 billion people or 95.6% of China’s total population.

Phideas is dedicated to combine the best technologies into innovative solutions to protect and defend life and to enhance the quality of life. Founded in Dublin – Ireland in 2002 the company started with the development of smart wearable technology to protect children against the risk of abduction for which an international patent was immediately filed. Phideas specializes in Smart Mobile Embedded Systems – a blend of wearable technology, machine learning and big data – essentially applied to e-Health, ageing and wellbeing. Phideas is now actively seeking partners and distributors across Europe and the USA.