Wearable IoT UX Design
App Interaction Design
- Call Help
Quick access to call 911 or other local emergency services.
- Crowdsourcing GPS
Anyone with the app can see where people wearing the device are located (blue dots).
- Breathing Alerts
Everyone with the app is alerted when someone stops breathing (red dots with arrow pointing in direction of movement).
- Swim-Shirt Device Sync
Identify people wearing shirts you’ve synced with your smart phone (green dots). Proximity alerts tell you when they’ve moved beyond a set distance.
- Simplified User Interface
Edit buttons show/hide to prioritize map view space.
Fewer buttons makes it easier to focus on what matters during an alert.
- Edit Alerts and Edit View
Breathing is reported to all app users by default. All other alerts and what you view (blue, red, green dots) are customizable.
Rash Guard with Wearable Sensors Concept Design
- Slim Elastic Sensor Band
More elasticity around trunk of swim shirt lets sensors get better readings. Sensor band is not actually visible.
- Vitals Sensor with GPS Connectivity
Facing sky for better signal.
(Shirt prototype design by Frog’s Rash Guard)
Wi-Fi Charger Concept Design
Hang to charge. Data from last use is uploaded to the hanger hub (connected to your home’s Wi-Fi network) and sent over the Internet to the Gillo2 cloud for processing. Cloud data is then sent to the reporting app on your smart phone.
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