I saw this in a crowdfunding email. I suspect monitoring your heart from your wrist is pants but you might know better...
It's got a watch face, but is monitoring heart rate, rhythm (detects AF, heart attacks), tissue oxygenation & perfusion, movement, falls...
If eg you're having tachycardia/AF it asks if you're ok, & if it doesn't get an answer calls your selected people plus 911 (hopefully 999 here in UK), and gives your GPS position. (No good for permanent AF I suspect but apparently modifiable).
Personally I don't like the idea of always having a bluetoothy (or 4G/etc.) device always on my wrist (though heaven knows I'm nearly welded to my iPad).
I also wonder if for AFers it's really necessary to be so vigilant.
But the idea is, it would alert you & call for help, if, eg, you are having some ghastly attack in your sleep (not just AF).
And maybe it would be suitable for eg someone with limited communication and/mobility, or with dementia, as there are (it says) no buttons to press, and no need to know about the techie stuff. (Except someone has to set it up!)
So I think especially dementia sufferers or someone out climbing/jogging/walking in the wilds, would be safer, if it does what it says.
Just thought you techies, gadget-lovers and early adopters might give it the once-over and tell us what you think. Maybe it has potential in the long run, maybe it's another gadget, tomorrow's techno-junk?