Oppo has scheduled the Oppo Developer Conference which will take place on October 27, 2021. Although the company has not revealed a detailed description of the conference, a Weibo post has announced that the conference will see the launch of a health laboratory, a drive for Oppo’s closed-loop health ecology, and the conference will also explore the scientific and convenient health services with the industry.
Oppo’s official website contains details about the Health Ecology sector. The official website contains a section dedicated to Health Ecology which contains explanations regarding the Oppo health field alongside a few IoT devices launched by the company. These products perhaps are capable of monitoring the health of their users by taking into account the data of ECG, exercise, blood oxygen, sleep, and much more.
Oppo also has come up with a new Oppo Health Research Kit platform which provides a complete, closed-loop health data collection, data analysis, and service access tool which can be accessed by professional health care providers. This platform is unique in that the professionals can utilize this platform to combine equipment and tasks as per the established goal so that they can form health research topics.
This not only helps the practitioners but this platform is geared to keep the users in the loop, in the sense that users can join a topic of their own choosing. Using this platform, the participants will get various health and sports suggestions and reminders, and the developers can gain objective data from the users which will help them in making upgrades and improvements to the platform in the future.
Oppo had previously collaborated with professional teams to help build this platform, example includes Oppo’s cooperative agreement with the Beijing Sport University which helped the company initiate the process of establishing the “Beijing Sport University – OPPO Sports and Health Laboratory”.
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