Xingtera and Guider Announce Smart Wearable Devices to Fight the COVID-19 Pandemic


SANTA CLARA, Calif., Dec. 8, 2020 — Xingtera Inc. and Guider Technology today announce their joint collaboration with the Qualcomm Smart City Accelerator Program on the promotion of smart wearable devices to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

The smart wearable solutions incorporate IP68 wearable devices supporting Bluetooth 4.0. A single charge of 2 hours can enable the device to run for 5 days. It supports the real-time monitoring of many health parameters including ECG, PPG, HRV, blood oxygen, and body temperature. In addition, the device can be used to count steps, receive messages, and take pictures. All information can be retrieved from the cloud or through mobile APPs easily, enabling 24/7 coverage of family members or patients without the need to constantly checking on them using dedicated devices.

Guider Technology, based in Taipei, is a company focusing on applying innovative smart sensing, wireless communication, cloud services, and other technologies,  to provide every family with easy-to-use and comprehensive health monitoring and telemedicine services. Based on advanced mobile technology (GSM, GPRS, WCDMA), positioning technology (GPS, AGPS, Wi-Fi), and sensor technology (Bluetooth, G-Sensor, Gyroscope), all health and medical services can be connected through its platform. The company’s solution also enables peace of mind for every family member to achieve through real-time monitoring by mobile APPs.

Xingtera Inc., based in Santa Clara, California, was founded with a vision to become one of the brightest stars in the IoT product and service market. Xingtera focuses on developing smart solutions to address many smart city applications and requirements. Beginning in 2018, Xingtera Inc. has expanded its role into a prominent platform player and established Xingtrium that integrates all the essential end-to-end verticals in the smart city market. Xingtera Inc. is also a member of the Qualcomm Smart City Accelerator Program.