Researchers have made another calculation that empowers smartwatches, a development that will give a clearer and more precise report of your everyday life, such as to record your activity session as well as find out when you are brushing your teeth or cooking. Current smartwatches can perceive a set number of specific exercises, including yoga and running, however these are programmed beforehand. The new strategy, created by analysts from University of Sussex in the UK, empowers the actions to find exercises as they happen, not only when working out. According to the new innovations, it is anticipated that future smartwatches will be smarter and will respond automatically as some new activity is performed.
Innovation to Produce More Efficient and Accurate Results
Hristijan Gjoreski, from the University of Sussex said that the latest activity-recognition techniques ordinarily fizzle because they are limited to perceiving a predefined set of exercises, though obviously human exercises are not constrained and change with time and preference. They have now come up with another new machine-learning approach that distinguishes new human exercises as they occur continuously, and which beats limiting approaches. These type of smart watches are expected to change the current exercise and healthcare scenario. They can be used as a fitness and lifestyle trackers. Moreover, it is likely to be beneficial in observing and measuring the user behavior as well. Daniel Roggen, another researcher from University of Sussex said that the latest innovation for tracking the human activities more efficiently is surely going to portray a more accurate, and precise results of daily routine activities of humans.