IoMT
development.

We’re an IoMT development company with vast experience integrating wearables and IoT devices. We help health companies design and build solutions to solve different healthcare challenges and are committed to collaborating on projects and products that improve people’s lives.

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Since 2014, we’ve helped startups build and grow their digital products and services. Our team of elite software developers build native and cross-platform mobile, web and wearable applications that display and give you control over your smart devices. We have experience integrating all kinds of wearables, IoT and custom hardware devices using technologies like NFC, bluetooth, wifi, RFID, among others.

What is IoMT?

The term IoT, or Internet of Things, refers to physical devices that are embedded with sensors, software, or other technologies that facilitate communication between these devices and between them and the internet.

Healthcare IoT solutions, or IoMT technology, enable remote patient monitoring, managing health conditions and tracking different things/people in hospitals through a network of smart devices and connected sensors. Applications and devices in the healthcare industry improve overall health, reduce strain on physicians, and allow patients to be treated remotely.

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Wearables

Sensor devices that are designed to be worn to monitor and transmit key health indicators in real time such as physical movement, oxygen levels, blood pressure, fall detection, and many more.

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IoT

This consists of connecting everyday objects to the internet via embedded devices. Examples of this applied to healthcare can include remote patient monitoring devices, medical alert systems, connected beds in hospitals, connected inhalers, among others.

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Custom Hardware

Our experience allows us to design and build digital products that seamlessly integrate with your custom hardware to create state of the art consumer devices and make your vision a reality. We have the know-how to integrate technologies like NFC, bluetooth, wifi, RFID, and others.

What is IoMT?

The term IoT, or Internet of Things, refers to physical devices that are embedded with sensors, software, or other technologies that facilitate communication between these devices and between them and the internet.

Healthcare IoT solutions, or IoMT technology, enable remote patient monitoring, managing health conditions and tracking different things/people in hospitals through a network of smart devices and connected sensors. Applications and devices in the healthcare industry improve overall health, reduce strain on physicians, and allow patients to be treated remotely.

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Wearables

Sensor devices that are designed to be worn to monitor and transmit key health indicators in real time such as physical movement, oxygen levels, blood pressure, fall detection, and many more.

EHRi con
IoT

This consists of connecting everyday objects to the internet via embedded devices. Examples of this applied to healthcare can include remote patient monitoring devices, medical alert systems, connected beds in hospitals, connected inhalers, among others.

EHRi con
Custom Hardware

Our experience allows us to design and build digital products that seamlessly integrate with your custom hardware to create state of the art consumer devices and make your vision a reality. We have the know-how to integrate technologies like NFC, bluetooth, wifi, RFID, and others.

How
we play
our part
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Design

By thoroughly exploring your end user’s journeys we create the perfect user experience for your product that is optimized for growth.

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Technical expertise

Our experience in mobile app development spans from working with both the Android and iOS ecosystems natively to the development of cross-platform apps using Flutter. We have completed over 65 projects so far. By leveraging our team’s expertise we enable your company to grow and minimize the risks that come with building a digital product.

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Invested Partner

Our partners are very important to us. We accompany your team from product ideation and strategy all the way through to a successful launch and continuous support.

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Quality

We ensure quality in every stage of the development process by having all of our code peer-reviewed and thoroughly tested.

How
we play our part
Design icon
Design

By thoroughly exploring your end user’s journeys we create the perfect user experience for your product that is optimized for growth.

Mobile Development icon
Technical expertise

Our experience in mobile app development spans from working with both the Android and iOS ecosystems natively to the development of cross-platform apps using Flutter. We have completed over 65 projects so far. By leveraging our team’s expertise we enable your company to grow and minimize the risks that come with building a digital product.

Web development icon
Invested Partner

Our partners are very important to us. We accompany your team from product ideation and strategy all the way through to a successful launch and continuous support.

Wearables icon
Quality

We ensure quality in every stage of the development process by having all of our code peer-reviewed and thoroughly tested.

Let us show you some of our work!
Telemedicine app mockup

Developing and integrating apps with a wireless headband that is used by Formula 1 drivers and US Olympic weightlifters to improve their focus skills

relay response logo
The Challenge

We first partnered with BrainCo as their tech partner to expand their development team, as they were juggling several projects. While searching for a tech partner they knew they needed someone that had experience not only with iOS development but also integrating wearables like their FocusCalm Headband. A while after our first collaboration together they started building the FocusCalm app which, paired with the FocusCalm Headband, provided users with an extensive set of programs consisting of guided meditations, exercises, games and expert content to discover new ways to calm their minds.

Our Solution

Since then we’ve been working together with BrainCo building various games for the FocusCalm app. At first they were basic games built on Flutter, but later we moved on to some more complex ones. This was possible by leveraging the Unity framework to build games that have more advanced graphics and mechanics, and we were able to integrate them into the main FocusCalm app. This combination of frameworks and technologies is very interesting since it involves a wearable connected via bluetooth to an iOS and Android app that's built using Flutter, and controlling the gameplay of a Unity game that runs seamlessly inside the app. 

Read Case Study

A smartwatch-enabled suite that is leading the future
of cardiac arrest management

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The Challenge

CPR training remains costly, inconvenient, and ineffective. The client wanted to leverage mobile technology to power change. They envisioned this wearable technology that joins with interconnected and cloud-based software to help rescuers immediately improve the effectiveness of their CPR efforts. They were in the process of building their platform when they found a major roadblock with Apple's ecosystem that forced them to take action. They had ideated the product and just needed some expert help to overcome the roadblock they stumbled across.

Telemedicine app mockup
Telemedicine app mockup
Our Solution

We teamed up to closely assess the situation and together decided that moving from the iOS ecosystem to Google’s Wear OS was what was best for the product. This offered a more flexible and customizable environment that was more fitting to what the client had envisioned. As a result of our collaboration we created a full-blown smartwatch-enabled platform that today is leading the way in helping medical teams save more lives by providing real-time compression feedback during cardiac arrest situations.

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A project designed to help people improve their postural hygiene and health

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The Challenge

Most of us spend around 8 hours sitting in front of the computer at work, and add a few more when we get home. Sitting in poor posture all day has a very negative impact on our health and makes us experience symptoms such as neck and back pain, headaches, among others. Even though we’re aware of all of this and make an effort to fix it we still find ourselves sitting in poor posture. We designed POSTURE to help users improve their postural hygiene. This is done by monitoring their sitting position in real time and sending notifications when they should either adjust their posture or take a break after a long period of sitting.

Our Solution

We first focused on the actual chair and asked ourselves some tough questions such as: How will we detect the user’s posture? Would pressure sensors be accurate enough to detect the slightest change in position? How will the data collected be sent to the database? How will we connect the chair to a specific user? Our hope for the app was to not only show notifications and current posture status, but we wanted it to also give the user the opportunity to customize their own experience by being able to adjust notification times, vibration patterns, watch educational materials and keep track of the progress made over time.

This is the result of our passion and expertise in UX design, mobile app development and IoT combined. There is nothing quite like Posture on the market right now and we believe there is an incredible need for products that help people improve their postural hygiene, especially in times where working from home has become the norm and they spend many hours a day sitting at their desks.

Read Case Study
Telemedicine app mockup
Let us show you
some of our work!

Developing and integrating apps with a wireless headband that is used by Formula 1 drivers and US Olympic weightlifters to improve their focus skills

relay response logo
The Challenge

We first partnered with BrainCo as their tech partner to expand their development team, as they were juggling several projects. While searching for a tech partner they knew they needed someone that had experience not only with iOS development but also integrating wearables like their FocusCalm Headband. A while after our first collaboration together they started building the FocusCalm app which, paired with the FocusCalm Headband, provided users with an extensive set of programs consisting of guided meditations, exercises, games and expert content to discover new ways to calm their minds.

Telemedicine phone mockup
Our Solution

Since then we’ve been working together with BrainCo building various games for the FocusCalm app. At first they were basic games built on Flutter, but later we moved on to some more complex ones. This was possible by leveraging the Unity framework to build games that have more advanced graphics and mechanics, and we were able to integrate them into the main FocusCalm app. This combination of frameworks and technologies is very interesting since it involves a wearable connected via bluetooth to an iOS and Android app that's built using Flutter, and controlling the gameplay of a Unity game that runs seamlessly inside the app. 

Read Case Study

A smartwatch-enabled suite that is leading the future of cardiac arrest management

relay response logo
The Challenge

This wearable technology joins with interconnected and cloud-based software to help rescuers rapidly improve their CPR quality. The client was in the process of building their platform when they found a major roadblock with Apple's ecosystem that forced them to take action. They had envisioned their forward-thinking product and just needed some expert help to overcome the roadblock they stumbled across.

relay response smart watch mockup
relay response tablet mockup
Our Solution

We teamed up to closely assess the situation and together decided that moving from the iOS ecosystem to Google’s Wear OS was what was best for the product. This offered a more flexible and customizable environment that was more fitting to what the client had envisioned. As a result of our collaboration we created a full-blown smartwatch-enabled platform that today is leading the way in helping medical teams save more lives by providing real-time compression feedback during cardiac arrest situations.

Read Case Study

A project designed to help people improve their postural hygiene and health

exploragen logo
The Challenge

Most of us spend around 8 hours sitting in front of the computer at work, and add a few more when we get home. Sitting in poor posture all day has a very negative impact on our health and makes us experience symptoms such as neck and back pain, headaches, among others. Even though we’re aware of all of this and make an effort to fix it we still find ourselves sitting in poor posture. We designed POSTURE to help users improve their postural hygiene. This is done by monitoring their sitting position in real time and sending notifications when they should either adjust their posture or take a break after a long period of sitting.

exploragen phone mockup
Our Solution

We first focused on the actual chair and asked ourselves some tough questions such as: How will we detect the user’s posture? Would pressure sensors be accurate enough to detect the slightest change in position? How will the data collected be sent to the database? How will we connect the chair to a specific user? Our hope for the app was to not only show notifications and current posture status, but we wanted it to also give the user the opportunity to customize their own experience by being able to adjust notification times, vibration patterns, watch educational materials and keep track of the progress made over time.

This is the result of our passion and expertise in UX design, mobile app development and IoT combined. There is nothing quite like Posture on the market right now and we believe there is an incredible need for products that help people improve their postural hygiene, especially in times where working from home has become the norm and they spend many hours a day sitting at their desks.

Read Case Study
Let us show you some of our work!

Developing and integrating apps with a wireless headband that is used by Formula 1 drivers and US Olympic weightlifters to improve their focus skills

exploragen logo
The Challenge

We first partnered with BrainCo as their tech partner to expand their development team, as they were juggling several projects. While searching for a tech partner they knew they needed someone that had experience not only with iOS development but also integrating wearables like their FocusCalm Headband. A while after our first collaboration together they started building the FocusCalm app which, paired with the FocusCalm Headband, provided users with an extensive set of programs consisting of guided meditations, exercises, games and expert content to discover new ways to calm their minds.

exploragen phone mockup
Our Solution

Since then we’ve been working together with BrainCo building various games for the FocusCalm app. At first they were basic games built on Flutter, but later we moved on to some more complex ones. This was possible by leveraging the Unity framework to build games that have more advanced graphics and mechanics, and we were able to integrate them into the main FocusCalm app. This combination of frameworks and technologies is very interesting since it involves a wearable connected via bluetooth to an iOS and Android app that's built using Flutter, and controlling the gameplay of a Unity game that runs seamlessly inside the app.

Read Case Study
Read Case Study

A smartwatch-enabled suite that is leading the future of cardiac arrest management

relay response logo
The Challenge

CPR training remains costly, inconvenient, and ineffective. The client wanted to leverage mobile technology to power change. They envisioned this wearable technology that joins with interconnected and cloud-based software to help rescuers immediately improve the effectiveness of their CPR efforts. They were in the process of building their platform when they found a major roadblock with Apple's ecosystem that forced them to take action. They had ideated the product and just needed some expert help to overcome the roadblock they stumbled across.

relay response tablet mockuprelay response smartwatch mockup
Our Solution

We teamed up to closely assess the situation and together decided that moving from the iOS ecosystem to Google’s Wear OS was what was best for the product. This offered a more flexible and customizable environment that was more fitting to what the client had envisioned. As a result of our collaboration we created a full-blown smartwatch-enabled platform that today is leading the way in helping medical teams save more lives by providing real-time compression feedback during cardiac arrest situations.

Read Case Study
Read Case Study

A project designed to help people improve their postural hygiene and health

relay response logo
The Challenge

Most of us spend around 8 hours sitting in front of the computer at work, and add a few more when we get home. Sitting in poor posture all day has a very negative impact on our health and makes us experience symptoms such as neck and back pain, headaches, among others. Even though we’re aware of all of this and make an effort to fix it we still find ourselves sitting in poor posture. We designed POSTURE to help users improve their postural hygiene. This is done by monitoring their sitting position in real time and sending notifications when they should either adjust their posture or take a break after a long period of sitting.

telemedicine phone mockup
Our Solution

We first focused on the actual chair and asked ourselves some tough questions such as: How will we detect the user’s posture? Would pressure sensors be accurate enough to detect the slightest change in position? How will the data collected be sent to the database? How will we connect the chair to a specific user? Our hope for the app was to not only show notifications and current posture status, but we wanted it to also give the user the opportunity to customize their own experience by being able to adjust notification times, vibration patterns, watch educational materials and keep track of the progress made over time.

This is the result of our passion and expertise in UX design, mobile app development and IoT combined. There is nothing quite like Posture on the market right now and we believe there is an incredible need for products that help people improve their postural hygiene, especially in times where working from home has become the norm and they spend many hours a day sitting at their desks.

Read Case Study
Read Case Study
What our clients have to say
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Beno Oppenheimer
Founder, Relay Response
Hattrick built an MVP that functions as expected and can be presented to the market. Using their expertise, they went above and beyond to find the best solution to every problem, while their exceptional communication skills made them a go-to partner.
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What our clients have to say
Beno Oppenheimer photo
Beno Oppenheimer
Founder, Relay Response
Beno Oppenheimer photo
Beno Oppenheimer
Founder, Relay Response
Hattrick built an MVP that functions as expected and can be presented to the market. Using their expertise, they went above and beyond to find the best solution to every problem, while their exceptional communication skills made them a go-to partner.
See more on Clutch
IoMT technology
we can help you build

As an Internet of Medical Things company our focus is centered on being able to use technology to help people control their own health better and be able to make informed decisions about their own care. IoMT technology also supplys healthcare professionals with tools for collecting important data from their patients, which allows them to make more accurate diagnoses and overall improve treatment plans.

IoMT technology we can help you build

As an Internet of Medical Things company our focus is centered on being able to use technology to help people control their own health better and be able to make informed decisions about their own care. IoMT technology also supplys healthcare professionals with tools for collecting important data from their patients, which allows them to make more accurate diagnoses and overall improve treatment plans.

Activity trackers

The most used type of wearable devices by far are fitness trackers, which can be worn as wristbands, watches or even rings. They were first designed to monitor minor things such as step count and calories burned. They are now far more advanced and include features such as heart rate monitoring, oxygen level monitoring and sleep tracking capabilities.

Heart rate monitors/EKGs

These devices are used to monitor users' heart rhythms and send the results to physicians in real time. You can use heart rate data to adjust your intensity, maintain an appropriate pace, and boost your cardiorespiratory endurance. Some heart rate monitors track only your heart rate, while others provide additional information such as speed, distance, and breathing rate.

Blood Pressure monitors

IoMT technology allows people to keep track of their health conditions and their progress.
For example, nowadays you can buy smart blood pressure monitors and they connect to your phone or other devices in order to record and transmit the data.

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Blood glucose monitors/diabetes management systems

There are many connected health devices which are used to help diabetic patients manage their condition at home, included in this are continuous glucose monitors (CGMs), insulin pumps and also the more traditional blood glucose meters which can have Bluetooth capabilities that send the data to a mobile app for the patient and physician to review. This information can be converted into visual representations such as graphs and charts, making them easier to read and understand.

Smart Scales

Smart scales are electronic scales that offer a wide variety of functions. They can track information about body composition, such as body fat percentage, muscle mass, bone mass or density, resting heart rate and water percentage to help provide more details about a person’s health. These features may help people to easily achieve their fitness and wellness goals when compared to traditional bathroom scales. They usually have their own application to view and store your health information or can sync data with other health and fitness apps, such as Apple Health and Google Fit.

Activity trackers

The most used type of wearable devices by far are fitness trackers, which can be worn as wristbands, watches or even rings. They were first designed to monitor minor things such as step count and calories burned. They are now far more advanced and include features such as heart rate monitoring, oxygen level monitoring and sleep tracking capabilities.

Heart rate monitors/EKGs

These devices are used to monitor users' heart rhythms and send the results to physicians in real time. You can use heart rate data to adjust your intensity, maintain an appropriate pace, and boost your cardiorespiratory endurance. Some heart rate monitors track only your heart rate, while others provide additional information such as speed, distance, and breathing rate.

Smartwatch illustration
Blood Pressure monitors

IoMT technology allows people to keep track of their health conditions and their progress.
For example, nowadays you can buy smart blood pressure monitors and they connect to your phone or other devices in order to record and transmit the data.

Blood glucose monitors/diabetes management systems

There are many connected health devices which are used to help diabetic patients manage their condition at home, included in this are continuous glucose monitors (CGMs), insulin pumps and also the more traditional blood glucose meters which can have Bluetooth capabilities that send the data to a mobile app for the patient and physician to review. This information can be converted into visual representations such as graphs and charts, making them easier to read and understand.

Smart Scales

Smart scales are electronic scales that offer a wide variety of functions. They can track information about body composition, such as body fat percentage, muscle mass, bone mass or density, resting heart rate and water percentage to help provide more details about a person’s health. These features may help people to easily achieve their fitness and wellness goals when compared to traditional bathroom scales. They usually have their own application to view and store your health information or can sync data with other health and fitness apps, such as Apple Health and Google Fit.

FAQ

These are some of the most common questions we’ve encountered when it comes to IoMT development. If you have a question about our services maybe you'll find the answer here.

How long does it take to build a companion app?
How much does it cost to build a companion app?
How do I know if my application needs to be HIPAA compliant?
How do I know if my device needs to be cleared by the FDA?
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