Custom Wearables and Hardware for Healthcare & Sports

Craft a wearable innovation that elevates daily experiences and empowers healthier, smarter living.
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Ensure your wearable technology achieves seamless integration, exceptional performance, and high user adoption. Our expertise guides your innovation through every stage of wearable solution development.

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Embrace the future of Wearable innovation!

Medtech and Sports tech expertise

Our team has a deep understanding of both the medical and sports technology domains and regulatory affairs. We ensure your wearables meet the highest standards of performance and reliability.

AI and ML seamless integration

By harnessing the power of AI, our wearables can deliver intelligent insights, personalized recommendations, and advanced data analytics, revolutionizing user experiences.

End-to-End product lifecycle support

From concept to deployment and growth, we provide comprehensive support at every stage of your product lifecycle, ensuring a seamless and successful wearable development journey.

Types of Medical Devices and Medical Software we can help you make MDR compliant

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AI-Driven Diagnostics

Digital Theraueutics

Remote Patient Care

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How wearables can make a change?

Streamlined health monitoring

Wearables enable real-time tracking of vital signs, activity levels, and overall well-being, empowering users to take control of their health and well-being.

Enhanced performance in sports

Athletes can leverage our wearables to optimize their training routines, track performance metrics, and achieve new levels of success in their sporting endeavours.

Personalized user experiences

Through AI and machine learning algorithms, our wearables can deliver personalized recommendations, adaptive coaching, and tailored insights, providing users with unparalleled experiences.

Seamless data integration

Wearable technology seamlessly integrates with existing health and sports tech ecosystems, enabling easy data synchronization and analysis across multiple platforms and devices.

Read what punktum clients have to say

“Punktum perfectly fit into the time frame proposed and also delivered a set of extra functionalities on top of what was agreed before the start. The quality of the code and work including UX/UI was spot on.”

Philipp Reiter

Partner & COO
Eye Square GmbH

“We like how proactive they are when it comes to recommending the best solutions. They also collaborate really well with our in-house team, which is outstanding.”

Jakob Schwankhaus

Co-Founder & CEO

“The collaboration between our internal team and developers from Punktum is exceptionally smooth and efficient. They feel like our extended arm and can adjust their coding practices and conventions to what we have established internally.”

Radoslav Albrecht

Founder & CEO

Key ways to use Wearables

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Head: Wearables can monitor brain activity and offer neurofeedback, contributing to stress reduction and cognitive enhancement.
Eyes: Smart glasses and eye-tracking wearables aid in augmented reality experiences, hands-free data visualization, and improved visual accessibility.
Ears: Hearable devices offer personalized audio experiences, from immersive music to real-time language translation.
Body: Wearables track overall health metrics, including heart rate, temperature, and activity levels, fostering proactive well-being.
Arms: Smart sleeves and arm bands assist in posture correction, motion analysis for athletes, and rehabilitation exercises.
Wrists: Wrist-worn wearables provide continuous health monitoring, fitness tracking, and notifications for seamless daily management.
Legs: Wearable sensors on legs aid in gait analysis, enhancing physical therapy, sports performance, and mobility assessments.
Feet: Footwear with embedded sensors can analyze gait dynamics, contributing to injury prevention, orthopedic care, and ergonomic adjustments.

What can you build with punktum?

Smart Helmets

  1. Helmets with Impact Sensors and HUD: Helmets feature a built-in heads-up display (HUD) for navigation and communication.
  2. Smart Industrial Helmets: Helmets equipped with sensors and communication tools for workers in hazardous environments.
  3. Sports Helmets with impact-measuring sensors

Smart Eyewear

  1. Augmented Reality Glasses: Eyewear that overlays digital information onto the real world, enhancing user experiences.
  2. Smart Sunglasses: Sunshades with integrated technology for playing music, making calls, or tracking fitness metrics.


  1. Wireless Earbuds: Compact ear-worn devices providing audio playback, voice assistance, and health monitoring.
  2. Noise-Cancelling Earphones: Hearables that actively reduce ambient noise for an improved listening experience.

Smart Rings and Bracelets

  1. Health Monitoring Rings: Rings that track movement and vital signs, like heart rate and sleep patterns.
  2. Contactless Payment Bracelets: Wearable payment devices allow you to transact with a tap or enable other devices.

Smart Jewelry

  1. Fitness Tracking Necklaces: Stylish necklaces that double as activity trackers, counting steps and monitoring health metrics.
  2. Notification Rings: Rings that subtly alert you to incoming messages or calls through vibrations.

Smart Clothing

  1. Yoga Pants with Sensors: Clothing that provides feedback on posture and alignment during yoga sessions.
  2. Smart Jackets: Jackets with built-in heating, lighting, or navigation features for outdoor activities.

Body Sensors

  1. Vital Sign Sensors: Small wearable devices that monitor heart rate, temperature, and other health markers.
  2. Posture Correcting Sensors: Sensors that alert you when your posture needs adjustment.

Fitness Trackers

  1. Running Watches: Watches tailored for runners, tracking distance, pace, and heart rate.
  2. Swim Trackers: Devices that measure swim strokes, distance, and lap times.

Specialized Smartwatches

  1. Health-Focused Smartwatches: Watches with advanced health monitoring capabilities, including ECG, impedance, and blood oxygen level tracking.
  2. Hybrid Smartwatches: Timepieces that blend analogue aesthetics with intelligent features like notifications and activity tracking.

Body-Worn Camera

  1. Action Cameras: Compact cameras that capture adventures from your point of view, ideal for sports and outdoor activities.
  2. Law Enforcement Cameras: Cameras worn by police officers to record interactions and incidents.

Smart Footwear

  1. Running Shoes with GPS: Sneakers equipped with GPS tracking to monitor running routes and performance.
  2. Connected Sneakers: Shoes that sync with fitness apps to provide real-time data on steps, distance, and more.

What can our wearables measure?

Conditions where wearables can offer support

  1. Cardiovascular diseases
  2. Diabetes
  3. Respiratory disorders
  4. Neurological disorders
  5. Sleep disorders
  6. Mental health conditions
  7. Obesity and metabolic disorders
  8. Hypertension
  9. Chronic pain management
  10. Epilepsy
  11. Stroke recovery

Physical signals wearable sensors can measure

  1. Heart rate
  2. Temperature
  3. Motion and acceleration
  4. Respiratory rate
  5. Electrodermal activity (EDA)
  6. Blood pressure
  7. Oxygen saturation (SpO2)
  8. Electroencephalogram (EEG)
  9. Electromyography (EMG)
  10. Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG)
  11. Blood flow
  12. Muscle activity

Chemical compounds wearable sensors can measure

  1. Glucose
  2. Lactate
  3. Sweat composition
  4. Cortisol
  5. Alcohol
  6. pH levels
  7. Creatinine
  8. Hydration levels
  9. Nitric oxide
  10. Hormone levels

UX: Key elements of successful wearable design

Successful wearable design is about creating user-centric experiences that are intuitive, comfortable, and seamlessly integrated into users’ lives. At punktum, we understand the importance of ergonomic considerations, intuitive interfaces, and seamless connectivity in wearable design.

Our experts combine Design Thinking with technical expertise to craft user journeys and design experiences at the intersection of physical and digital that delight and engage, empowering users and driving meaningful change in their lives.

More about our Product Design

Punktum is a member of Garmin Developer Program

The Garmin Connect Developer Program is an initiative designed to bridge developers and Garmin’s extensive suite of health and fitness data. It provides APIs for syncing health metrics, activity data and more. With this membership, we aim to leverage Garmin Health’s data and tracking capabilities, as well as their advanced technology to create innovative healthcare solutions.

You can learn more about the collaboration from this article.

Tech expertise of our team in wearables and embedded systems


We’re experienced in crafting embedded systems across various microcontrollers, including STM32 series, Texas Instruments, and Espressif MCUs. Our deep understanding of peripherals and standalone embedded systems sets the stage for innovation.

RTOS mastery

Real-time operating systems are our playground. We’re experts in FreeRTOS, enabling us to design precise solutions with meticulous task management suitable for diverse domains.

C language proficiency

Code is at the heart of embedded systems. Our engineers are proficient in C language, optimizing every line of code to boost system performance.

BLE connectivity

We seamlessly integrate solutions using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) profiles, ensuring your wearable can communicate effortlessly.

Expanding Horizons

Our quest for excellence continues as we explore other wireless communication protocols such as Zigbee, Thread, Matter, and more, offering you interconnected systems tailored to your project.

AI and Machine Learning in wearables

In the development of Wearables, our technical prowess in Machine Learning and AI focuses on specific technologies as well.

Python and TensorFlow form the backbone of our ML endeavors, enabling us to craft robust algorithms and neural networks. We dive deep into data analytics using Pandas, ensuring that insights drawn from wearable sensor data are precise and actionable.

Real-time data processing, natural language processing, and computer vision are seamlessly integrated into our AI-driven wearables using Apache Kafka, Apache Spark, OpenCV, and TensorFlow.

Secure Cloud Computing

Data privacy and security are paramount, and cloud integration with Amazon AWS ensures scalability and real-time updates.

Full regulatory compliance

Where regulatory compliance and data privacy regulations require, we host the solutions in the EU zone, and use other hosting providers and validated development environments.


Start your project fast

Tell us your about your challenge and goals. We will propose the right approach and our team will support you in designing and building your innovative product quickly.
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Punktum has unique expertise in deep-tech R&D and startups

We have helped dozens of digital health innovators to build the right product and then build it the right way.

Early-stage startup acceleration experience

We have funded startups ourselves and run four different startup accelerators.

We know how to solve the challenges an early-stage startup founder faces in finding product-market fit and building an MVP.

Deep-tech R&D engineering expertise

At your disposal, a team of 120+ engineers with PhDs in Machine Learning and Data Science have extensive R&D experience in:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Vision
  • Embedded Systems and wearables
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Signal Processing

Regulatory affairs and MDR compliance

Our digital health experts are happy to support you with a validated design and development process compliant with:

  • ISO 13485 (Medical Devices)
  • ISO 14971 (Risk Management)
  • IEC 62304 (Software Dev Process)
  • IEC 62366 (Usability)
  • Medical Device Security (TIR57)

Punktum is a member of the DAC.digital Group

Punktum’s digital health product and UX consulting expertise is empowered with DAC.digital‘s deep-tech delivery capabilities of 120+ engineers and R&D experts working in-house. DAC.digital is headquartered in Gdańsk, Poland and we share a years-long successful collaboration on projects in Germany, EU and beyond.

All of our team members are working from within the EU and in the CET (Berlin/Warsaw) time zone.

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