2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
The company Apple announced the hiring of a new high-quality personnel, which proved to be an expert in the field of monitoring of sleep and activity of the Dutch technology company Philips.
Roy JEM Raymann is said to have led the sleep research team at Philips Research, the company's research arm. And now he confirmed his joining the group in charge of drafting hours iWatch in Apple's.
According to recent reports, Raymonn has extensive experience in developing wearable sensors and non-drug methods to improve sleep quality and has been involved in a number of sleep-related projects.
Raymonn also founded the Philips Sleep, Brain, Body and Behavior Laboratory, and was the initiator and leader of most of the company's sleep and activity monitoring programs.
Raymond's LinkedIn profile currently does not include information about his new position at Apple, but it does indicate that he left the Dutch Society of Sleep Researchers in December, probably at Apple's request.
In addition, Apple recently strengthened its group of medical device experts with the addition of Michael O'Reilly, a former chief physician and executive vice president of medical affairs at Masimo Corporation, which makes oximeters - devices for measuring blood oxygen saturation.
Earlier, in January of this year, the iWatch hardware development team was supplemented by two experts in the field of mobile medical technology, which led to rumors that future Apple devices will be able to determine and analyze blood conditions, glucose levels and monitor other critical parameters. health conditions such as heart rate and breathing.
Rumors even have a name applied to the suite of health and fitness monitoring features that are said to appear in the new version of iOS 8 - Healthbook. All this may be an indication that the new project Apple called the iWatch will be much more than just a "smartwatch".
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