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In Las Vegas: A Tale of Two Devices at CES

"GoMore learns the capability of the wearer, and knows where to set the thresholds for its later stamina alarms and further learning about the wearer's performance."

And yet, while the U.S.-created Scanadu Scout waits its turn, GoMore goes to market. The GoMore manual doesn't really explain this, but there is first a calibration phase, when the wearer is supposed to exercise all-out, to allow the GoMore algorithm to know the wearer's capability. With this data, GoMore learns the capability of the wearer, and knows where to set the thresholds for its later stamina alarms and further learning about the wearer's performance. But it's really the wearer who controls the gadget's upper boundaries of knowledge.

Source: HealthLeadersMedia