Samsung Intros New Health, Home, Wearables Push
Nov 12, 2014, 3:14 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Samsung today announced new initiatives targeting the healthcare, home, and wearables markets. On the health front, Samsung revealed the Samsung Digital Health Platform and associated SDK. Samsung hopes developers will take advantage of the platform to help track information on personal health and fitness activity so it can be stored, managed, and shared in the Samsung Cloud server. The company introduced a bio processor so other OEMs can add health monitoring to their own wearables. Samsung debuted the Samsung Smart Home platform and SDK, something that it believes will help power smart homes of the future. The SDK will let developers create appliances that are controlled by Samsung smartphones or smart TVs. The company also showed off a new SDK for the Gear S smart wearable, and a virtual reality headset it created with Oculus. Developers interested in Samsung's health, home, and wearable tools can find more information via Samsung's developer portal.
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