Accuracy Is Most Important Feature of Wearables, Study Finds

Survey: Accuracy in Wearables a Top Priority for Consumers  #Wearables #WearableTech #IoT

  • Nearly three-quarters (73 percent) of all respondents believe that accuracy in wearable technology will one day be able to directly affect your health. “
  • The survey found 35 percent of wearable owners feel step counting is the most useful function, while 18 percent find heart rate monitoring most useful and 12 percent find the notifications most useful.
  • Among wearable owners, 80 percent said they feel that their wearable has a positive impact on their health, and for those who do not own a wearable, 74 percent said they would consider using one if accuracy in wearables could help them to better manage their health. “
  • When consumers become doubtful of the accuracy of their wearables, they ultimately become uninterested in the products because they don’t deliver continually valuable insights.
  • Nearly three-quarters of consumers believe that accuracy in wearable technology will one day be able to directly affect your health, according to a survey by Valencell.

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Nearly three-quarters of consumers believe that accuracy in wearable technology will one day be able to directly affect your health, according to a survey by Valencell.


Accuracy Is Most Important Feature of Wearables, Study Finds

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