This new Connected Bathroom is leveraging AI, data analysis, machine learning, app development, gamification and more. Baracoda’s vision scales health tech solutions for the mainstream consumer market. The company reinvests 30 percent of its turnover in R&D.
More and more companies and healthcare providers are equally excited about interoperability and scaling healthtech solutions to make them more accessible to mainstream and healthcare communities.
At CES 2022 in Las Vegas Convention Center, USA, Baracoda Daily Healthtech will showcase its newest range of connected bathroom devices, including the BConnect Hub, which enables universal connection for all compatible devices to their respective platforms without using a phone as an intermediary.
Baracoda Daily Healthtech will demo its new connected and smart healthtech solutions at CES 2022. including:
- BBalance connected bath mat, to capture weight-body composition-posture-balance;
- BCool battery-free, mercury-free, connected thermometer made from recycled plastic;
- Colgate hum smart toothbrushes powered by Baracoda;
- Artemis smart mirror for grooming and skin monitoring;
- BConnect Hub, the sleek plug-in data-gathering device that eliminates dangling wires and removes the need to use your smart phone for tracking health behaviors and personal trends.
The BConnect Hub automatically and securely connects the user, via BLE and Wi-Fi, to a personalized dashboard using Baracoda’s proprietary BConnect protocol. Compiled metrics and coaching add context for a holistic approach to self-care. It also allows data to be uploaded to a GDPR-compliant central system for follow-up, history, analysis and clinical trials.
Baracoda will also highlight its unique B2B2C open-innovation model at CES 2022, designed to scale startups at an accelerated pace through Baracoda Labs (BLabs.)
BLabs at Eureka Park – from CES innovation Awards to Millions of Users
BLabs is an incubator of ideas that give birth to new products and new health indexes. Using BTech, Baracoda’s SaaS platform, the Labs have access to numerous skill sets of experts around the world to form tight innovation teams for each project. The diversity and dynamic nature of these teams allow BLabs to accelerate the process, from innovative ideation to scale-up.
“Open innovation, sharing ideas and developments outside of a company’s internal software think tank, is the fastest way to achieve equitable access to smart devices with affordable pricing for the mainstream global market,” says Baracoda CEO and Co-Founder Thomas Serval. “Our corporate partners recognize the value of open innovation and are breaking barriers when it comes to making a difference in global health,” Serval adds.
A French Tech ambassador at CES, BLabs will demonstrate its methods and newest products at Business France in Eureka Park, in addition to its Bathroom of the Future booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
At CES 2021, CareOS won Third CES Innovation Award (Three Years in a Row), This Time for Its Themis Smart Mirror
CareOS by Baracoda Company has been named a CES 2021 Innovation Awards Honoree for its Themis Smart Mirror. Themis is a connected mirror from
CareOS that acts as a personal wellness assistant. CareOS is a privacy-first, intuitive, open personal care software platform that improves wellbeing and long-term health.
The need to take care of hygiene and health concerns at home has intensified since the COVID-19 pandemic. Themis supports the full spectrum of home health and wellness including hygiene, mental health, skincare, and preventive healthcare. Themis provides a privacy-first wide range of health and wellness capabilities: skin analysis, product recommendations, makeup and beard tutorials, daily temperature checks, smart alerts, fertility cycle reminders, and more—all in a compact form factor with a 10-inch screen at an accessible price.
Themis mirror is easy to install and adjustable for any bathroom and any family member. Its patented, playful touchless user interaction makes it fun and perfectly hygienic for the whole family. The mirror collects data from several sensors such as a high-quality RGB camera, an IR temperature sensor, and a UV light for skin analysis to improve users’ care routines. To safeguard user information, data is stored locally, encrypted using software and hardware security modules, and shared only if requested with double consent.
“Our mission is to help people take care of themselves and do it better every year through patented technologies and product innovations,” said Thomas Serval, CEO of Baracoda. “Themis does it more holistically than ever before, from preventive health measures, skincare, and beauty to mental wellness. CareOS continues to innovate its capabilities to help change peoples’ awareness and habits, leading to overall improvements in their health and wellbeing.”