With all those products and services monitoring your health nowadays, people become obsessed with the state of their personal health. P-Health stands for personal health service. It’s a service that aggregates all product and service feeds (health data) you have and use, analyses its reports and gives you feedback on a regular basis. A dedicated team of doctors and coaches is at your disposal to answer any question and makes recommendations to improve your health status. It saves time and buys expertise you don’t have and no tool can ever give. The objective is better health, the goal for P-Health is to make it happen with you in a unique, personal way.
The business model is subscription fee based for the monitoring with personal chats and (training) programs on a consultancy basis.
With nanosensortechnology, the possibilities are endless. I was pondering whether it could be used in a home or office context and I see an opportunity in creating programmable keys with this technology. If they communicate with doorlocks, you should never use it anymore. Doors would automatically open when you’re near them. In addition to it, you could also have an app for your smartphone in which a control panel displays where your keys are at any moment and what locks are closed and open. In an office context, it could be connected to a time tracking tool and agenda. Any room could be fitted with extra sensors so the keys can also take into account time spend for lunch, toilet visits, smoking breaks, meeting times, etc.
The business model is both in providing the products and creating services around it. The marketing story could be built around convenience and safety.
The learn-to-golf tripod is just a lame excuse to sell another piece of hardware that probably ends up in a closet but it’s a very necessary tool to record your swing. It analyses what is there to improve and via gamification techniques you get extra fun tasks, enriching the golf experience. By using the app, you immediately connect and join to the fastest growing community of golf enthusiasts.
I dunno about you but sometimes i need to close down all feeds that can disturb me in order to concentrate. It happens that i get so many input triggers by all apps and programs I use that I become clueless of what I was going to do next…
The Cuemore.com app wants to avoid you being clueless. It’s a queueing timer for all push notifications apps and programs send you. Whether it is on your smartphone, tablet or computer device, you can set bundle push notifications to a fixed time or later moment per app or program. It can be turned on instantly (when it happens – compared to sending a text message when you get a telephone call when you’re in a meeting) or programmed, say I want to receive e-mails only at 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17h. Or I want my game updates daily at 20h and before 2am the cuemore app shouldn’t cue anything here. Etcetera.
Whenever you decide now is a convenient time and you want to view your waiting line of push notifications, you can access the app and catch up. Organising push messages in biteable and scheduled bits should be part of your daily routine and makes your life more convenient and yourself more focused. Seeing it only when you want to see it gets you your attention back.
Could also be nice for If this then that to implement this kind of timer/scheduling options to its recipes.