Lanit-Tercom specialists built a controller for biometric sensors designed for mass consumption. It is a component of a bracelet used to collect and transmit biometric information.
The controller connects to the set of sensors in the device, letting it measure the following:
- Arterial blood pressure
- Moisture content
- Skin resistance (impedance)
The data collected can be processed locally in the controller or transmitted via Bluetooth. The controller hardware uses an ARM Cortex-M4 high-efficiency processor.
As part of the project, Lanit-Tercom went beyond design documentation for the controller to develop technology protecting the controller’s built-in software, something that secures the device during the initial download as well as regular updates.