GENEVA, November 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Hyetis reveals the technological specifications of Crossbow model
The Company communicates the features and technological characteristics of the famous Crossbow just before delivery. Hyetis officially shows the technological potential of this innovative model (not in full of course) and already announces changes to the first generation.
Besides the specificity of a Swiss made mechanical movement and basic software features (email, SMS, social networking alerts, calendar, GPS positioning, MP3 remote control, climate data, including chronograph and more), the Crossbow will contain a gesture recognition device, infrared LED light emitter, lens with Luxpath optical zoom, biometric features (to be announced December 2013) and a camera with face recognition processing, to name a few. Ingenuity, design and improvement are the Crossbow keys to be elevated at smartwatch ranking.
The culmination is in this famous chip which integrates the sensors with a data processing system: the Genesis analyzer board (first generation) and the Bolt engine, to be announced November 2013. With this technological system, this chip can make updates independently and thus adapt to their environment.
Hyetis is a watch brand which is inspired by the Swiss How Know, its tradition and the Melting Pot of innovation in Geneva. Since November 2013, the team grows up with the nominations of its Chief Communications Officer, Amanda Müller, and its Chief Technology Officer, Vitold Kapshitzer. Moreover, Hyetis officially becomes a limited liability company (LLC): the basic project turns into a recognized entrepreneurial reality. Thanks to will power and the team passion, Hyetis is the first and the only smartwatch brand designed in Geneva and manufactured in Switzerland. A leadership that the brand is proud to assume to open the new road of 21st century watchmaking.
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SOURCE Hyetis Sàrl