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SOURCE SporTracker Ltd.

CAESAREA, Israel, February 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

SporTracker Ltd., a leading provider of innovating Heart Rate Monitor (HRM) solutions for sport and leisure products, today announced the release of its new PPGv6 sensor for measurement of blood parameters, such as Heart Rate and Oxygen saturation.

"PPGv6 is ideal for wearable devices," said Liat Shemesh, COO of SporTracker. "It features a compact 7x7mm SMT form factor, together with best-in-class performance, and excellent low power consumption."

Unlike other heart rate monitoring solution, SporTracker's PPG strapless technology allows highly accurate readings over any location of the human body, and even during intense activities such as running, cycling, swimming and any other sports or daily activities.

PPGv6 advance features allow easily integration with any wearable and held-held devices such as sport's and smart-watch, AR-glasses, and gaming joysticks.  

"It is the result of over five years of development, and already receives extreme positive feedbacks for its accuracy and unsurpassed immunity to sun-light and motion artifacts, from global leading sport and consumer electronics companies that receive it for early evaluation and testing," said Shemesh.

About SporTracker: SporTracker Ltd. a Caesarea, Israel based company, founded in 2009 to revolutionize the wearable sensor market, believing that sports and fun can come hand in hand in designing and developing an innovative Heart Rate Monitor (HRM) products.

Based on its proprietary optical-based technology SporTracker strives to become a global leader of heart rate and blood parameters monitoring technology and devices.

The SporTracker team is composed of business executives, hardware and software engineers carrying many years of experience in electronic system developments and program management of high tech products

For more information about SporTracker, contact us on info@sportracker.com

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