Author : Mugdha Gokhale 1
Date of Publication :19th August 2021
Abstract: A smart watch is a unique and small portable device which helps user to carry it anywhere. In this time of corona pandemic, taking care of health is important, so this smart watch will monitor person's health parameters. Now the smart watch have all types of sensors to keep ourselves in check and to ease our way of living. The motive behind smartwatch is to indicate symptoms of Corona. Once the symptoms are detected the notification will pop up on the device-smart watch. This device is Arduino based with different biomedical sensors interfaced for measuring various biomedical parameters like body temperature, pulse rate and oxygen level. The other features in the device are Bluetooth and WiFi modules for maintaining social distancing. The smart watch designed has some key factors that make it different than watches available in the market with respect to healthcare. This device helps us maintaining social distancing as well as monitors our health
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