Wearables Startups NYC
List of Wearables startups in NYC
Healthtech • Wearables
Healthcare providers are constantly on the go in their practice. Finding patient information, triaging patients, and making follow-up calls are are just some of the duties that drain efficiency. We use innovative technology to allow doctors and their staff to communicate seamlessly and provide them everything they need to focus on patient care.
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DSI Spaceframes: Building Your Vision
Professional Services • Real Estate
DSI Spaceframes is committed to advancing the use of space frames by providing architects, engineers, contractors, developers, property owner and even artists.With the highest quality products and customer service in the industry and to meet your design specifications, our space frames are available in a range of standard colors, and custom colors.
eCommerce • Wearables
Ringly is a NY-based company offering embedded hardware and software. The company aims to solve the recurring problem of missed calls and texts with its chic line of smart jewelry that caters to a woman's simultaneous need for connectivity and independence. The alerts are customizable, meaning the wearer can set her Ringly to vibrate only when...
Big Data • Wearables
Protecting the back bone of our economy At any given minute, millions of hard working men and women bend their knees, take a deep breath, and then lift entire businesses up with their efforts. They shape metal, mine coal, assemble machines, construct our buildings and ship over 160 million packages across the country every single day. We think...
Wearables • Fitness
FitAd provides publishers 2 services through our PrecisionTap™ platform to maximize advertising revenue: direct & Sponsorship sales, and programmatic streams from 100+ demand sources. FitAd brings advertisers a curated audience seeking fitness & health content + utilities to engage in their passions or improve themselves through use of mobile...
Wearables • Internet of Things
We believe that thanks to recent leaps in machine learning and sensory technology, incredible devices are possible today that can change what it means to have a disability. We want to make sure that these advancements go to the people who need them most.