Relying on a proprietary non-invasive neuro-stimulation technology, the lightweight device is designed to be worn during the day and at night.
The system consists of a base unit, automatic fall sensor, pendant, door contact, motion detector, and waterproof wall unit.
Two of these products are mHealth based -- Onelink Watch and Onelink Wi-Fi Environment Monitor -- and both are controllable via iPhones and iPads.
The petite gadget enables users to instantly measure breath quality based on Volatile Sulfur Compounds (VSCs) and moisture through a single breath sample.
Controlled via iPhone and Android devices, Siemens' devices are clinically proven to outperform people with normal hearing in background noise.
The thicker version of this smart band lets users track some crazy data points such as fat mass, total body water, metabolic rate, and whatnot.
The device could be used for playing some of the popular casual games, including the company's own multiplayer game - TAO Sumo.
The offering includes the fancy nuyu Sleep System, an activity monitor, downloadable coaching plans, and a wireless scale.
The company's eSkin technology enables complex electronic circuitry with embedded tiny sensors on a thin flexible material to adhere comfortably to one's skin.
The smart pedal will also automatically record the speed, route, incline, and calories burnt, and make that information available through a mobile app.