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Wearable Startup Ideas

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A motorized, wearable device that can put you in touch with your employees when you’re away.


A wearable sensor that helps detect motion and alert you when someone is approaching your home.


A wearable device that monitors your heart rate and breathing patterns to help treat sleep apnea.


A wearables startup that wants to help people run more efficiently and exercise better. It says its product is worn like a wristband and tracks things like steps taken, calories burned, distance traveled, and sleep.


Wearable sensors that help detect the presence of volatile gases in buildings.


 A company that wants to make it easy for companies to monitor work performance and productivity through smart devices like phones and wearables.


A startup that allows your smartphone to operate as a wearable device that can track your movements, showing you how much exercise you’re getting.


a wearable device that plays video games


A wearable device that tracks running and biking data and can communicate with a smartphone app. The startup wants to make it easy to get new workouts and track progress without having to purchase a wearable or smartphone apps.


The first wearable fitness tracking device that’s a 25% slimmer than Apple Watch, with a rotating bezel.


A tool for modeling and simulating the physical behavior of interaction with a product, with a focus on wearables. The startups aims to allow customers to model wearables in a way that’s more intuitive than the current alternatives


A startup that makes a product called “The Wig”, a wearable device that can tell you if you have a fever or not by reading your face


A company that sells “the world’s first wearable data science platform”.


A wearable that tracks when you’re thirsty, and provides an alert when you’re close to a water bottle so you don’t have to keep looking for it.


A wearable that helps you find the best places to park during a trip to the grocery store.


Fitness-tracking software that ties into a wearable device. It tracks your workouts and can get your fitness data into your fitness app or website.


A startup that wants to be the first-mover in creating a new class of wearable computing technology. The company wants to make wearable technology that’s more comfortable, fashionable, and unconstrained.


A startup that develops wearable technology for runners. The company is selling a smartwatch that tracks things like pace, distance, and calories burned.


A company that combines a wearables platform, a wearable device, and a smartphone app to improve the health of its users.


A wearable that will track activity and sleep habits, and then report them to you on your wrist. The startup wants to create a device that can complete a full-body fitness test that can be used with other devices.


A wearable company that makes a product called a ‘halo’ that is a jacket and a hat for your dog and monitor its health


A smart app that keeps track of your health and wellness. The startup is working on a sensor that can be attached to a band or other wearable device and track vitals like heart rate, body temperature, and more.


A way to measure and report on a person’s location and movements in real-time, without requiring a wearable device.


A software company that allows people to collect and use data to better manage their health. It’s building a “smart” wearable device that can track your health and send a report to a doctor.


A product that helps people manage their health and fitness goals by aggregating data from wearable devices.


A company that designs and produces tech-enabled wearables that allow users to connect with their body and health data


A company building a wearable that the company says is the size of a bar of soap and can be worn for up to a week. The company says the wearable can continuously monitor glucose levels, and can be used as a glucose monitor.


Health 2.0 is a digital health data platform that lets users upload and share raw health data from wearable devices like Fitbits, and add insights and comments.


This wearable device generates a heat map of the area around the wearer’s head, allowing him to better understand his environment.


A company that provides a “wearable” device for monitoring blood sugar. It was founded in Boston by a team of MIT graduates.


 A wearable device for detecting and tracking the movements of patients by their bedside.


A wearable device that uses a sensor to measure how much CO2 each person is emitting. The startup is looking to reinvent the carbon footprint game by working with employers to offer discounts to employees who can reduce their emissions.


A startup that builds “lifelogging wearables” for people to track their health and fitness habits. It tracks blood sugar, blood pressure, heart rate, sleep, and activity.


A startup that seeks to help people with chronic pain by enabling them to connect their mobile device to a wearable device to track symptoms and manage pain.


A wearable device meant to help people with visual impairments navigate the world. The startup is looking to deploy its product in the US and UK, and has raised $2.5 million in seed funding so far.


A wearable device meant to track and help manage the effectiveness of a workout routine.


A wearable for the visually impaired, which uses machine learning to convert a video of the world, like a restaurant or a landscape, into an audio guide.


A startup that makes a wearable device for on-the-job pain relief.


A sports tech startup that makes a platform that combines wearable technology with data to help athletes improve and improve their performance.


This little wearable sensor makes it easier to find your phone when you lose it. The device is supposed to vibrate if it’s within a certain radius of your phone.


A company that makes software that helps people find lost items. They’re also developing a wearable device that will help people find their lost items.


This startup is building a new kind of fitness tracker that uses a smartphone app to track a person’s activity, then sends the data to a wearable device that’s connected to an account. The team is looking to launch in the second half of 2020.


A tool that helps athletes monitor and track their training with an app and wearables.


A tool for managing the wearables that companies are using to track employee performance, and their data. The tool is for big companies, but the company says its goal is to make its platform for small businesses as well.


This is a wearable for women that helps them track the menstrual cycle. The company aims to create a cheaper alternative to other wearable products.


A digital health startup that wants to put a wearable sensor on a patient’s finger to detect a variety of biometric markers. The startup will use a combination of machines learning and a human expert to make the system more robust.


The startup is designing and selling a wearable device that tracks one’s hydration and heart rate to help athletes get a better exercise plan.


A group of students at Carnegie Mellon University are building a wearable that tracks the human heart rate, breathing, and activity. The technology is meant to be used for home wellness, but also to help with medical research.


A wearable that helps people with diabetes monitor their blood sugar levels.


A wearable device that allows people to control their smart home devices with their movements without having to go hands-on.


A small wearable device that fits comfortably on your wrist. The company wants to build a health-tracking device that tracks your activity, sleep, and heart rate, and syncs with your phone to show you personalized stats.


This startup is building a vision-enabled augmented reality tracking tool for wearables. The product, which launches this year, will be able to track eye movements, and allows users to see through the lens of another person’s smartphone.


This startup is making a sleek, wearable bottle opener as a way of extending the life of a beer bottle.


Customer support software, aimed at wearable tech and health care providers.


A wearable technology company, based in San Francisco, that makes apparel and accessories that measure in real time and track your activity. It has some of the lowest prices in the industry, and is a contender with the other big players.


A wearable device for the elderly that serves as a companion to help them live independently.


This startup is building a wearable wristband that measures blood glucose, giving patients a better idea of how they’re managing their diabetes.


Idea: A piece of wearable tech that helps with balance and muscle memory


Idea: The startup wants to help people make sense of their health data (such as sleep, nutrition and exercise) by building a platform for tracking personal health The startup has built a wearable device that tracks heart rate and falls asleep with its users, collecting data that can be analyzed to give insights into sleep patterns


Idea: This startup is making a wearable device to help train new drivers The device plugs into a car’s OBD-II port and tracks various metrics like steering speed and braking force


Idea: A startup that is a marketplace for wearable companies to hire the same freelance engineers to build apps for their products


Idea: This corporate wellness startup is building a platform that lets companies and their employees take their fitness out of the gym and into the world. Their first product, a smart wearable that tracks your steps and other activities, is currently being beta tested in the Bay Area.


Idea: A startup that makes a smart, wearable sleeve for injured athletes. The startup is meant to help athletes get back into the game faster after an injury. It is manufactured in the US and helps keep athletes safe from further injury.