A new smartwatch will soon be launching over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website called the FiDELYS Smartwatch which has been designed to offer a wealth of features as well as looking very stylish, if not a little like the Moto 360.
The FiDELYS Smartwatch is equipped with a wireless charging feature that enables it to be recharged without the need to connect any charging cables. Thanks to the principle of Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) or Magnetic Resonance, watch the video after the jump to learn more.
As you would expect the FiDELYS Smartwatch has been created to connect to your smartphone or tablet using BLE the lower power Bluetooth technology. With available features including phone calls, text message, GPS, single sign-on, application lock, data transferring and contact-less mobile payment transactions to name a few.
The smartwatch is also fitted with a camera capable of using IriTech’s iris recognition system to enable password management, as well as helping to keep future products secure as well. “The iris image or template will not leave the device. Authentication is done on local device to generate a public key that will match with server.” Its creator explains a little more:
“Many of the social networking sites like facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and others use the NFC technology for sharing of information. The Business side of social networking includes referrals, business cards and resumes. In the not so distant past business meetings did not have the luxury of online support for follow-ups. The advent of LinkedIn and similar services has brought a sea of change in growing one’s business network.”
“Many business acquaintances start today through online referrals and email exchanges prior to face-to-face meeting. In a changing landscape, NFC offers a way to offer the reliability and the flexibility of both worlds. NFC enables exchanging of contact information that could be a mix of old world in person meetings and exchange of electronic credentials. Electronic business cards or LinkedIn profiles can be shared with a simple bump of two NFC devices. “
For more information on the new FiDELYS Smartwatch jump over to the FiDELYS website for details.
Source: FiDELYS : Digital Trends