WIMM Labs develops wearable software platforms and software development kits (SDKs) for smartwatches and other body-bound connected devices. Fundamental to the WIMM Platform is an elegant, simple touch screen interface that hides the complexity and power of the underlying technology. The WIMM smartwatch can be loaded with a variety of Android-based Micro Apps created by using an open SDK. In addition, it works seamlessly with Android, Blackberry and iOS devices. For the manufacturer, it offers an open platform that’s easily customizable; for the consumer, it offers always-on information at a glance.
“There’s an increasing demand for digital experiences that are faster, easier and more relevant. WIMM Labs integrates information into your daily life in the form of useful, subtle glances,” said Dave Mooring, WIMM Labs Chief Executive Officer. “To achieve that, we’ve created an incredibly powerful, yet small, modular device that can be embedded into a wide variety of consumer products. Combined with customizable applications and a branded web interface, the WIMM smartwatch platform give licensees the ability to create more personal, intuitive and valuable connections with customers,” concluded Mooring.
“Mobile devices are proliferating, but there’s still an unmet need for convenient and immediate access to information as part of the flow of daily life on the go,” commented William Stofega at IDC. “The WIMM Labs team has put together a thoughtful approach to address this need and ultimately grow the wearable technology category. With a strong development and manufacturing partner, a ready-to-go Micro App store, and having key developers on-board early, they are poised to capitalize on where their predecessors have tripped up in the past.”
WIMM Labs Smartwatch: [Company Website]
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