FCC, CE and Bluetooth approval
For Pip to be able to go to market after the launch, we have to ensure Pip complies with all FCC, CE and IC regulations, as well as meeting Bluetooth SIG’s (Special Interest Group) quality standards. This involves PIP being rigorously examined by approved labs of these agencies. Everything so far is moving smoothly and as planned. Bluetooth tests were finished successfully and are now being examined by a Bluetooth Qualification Expert.
New Plating Process
Measurement of skin conductance starts with the contact between your fingers and Pip’s sensor discs. This is a critical area to get right and we have expended a great deal of time and effort refining the sensor construction and production process to extract the last ounce of measurement sensitivity. After extensive trials we have homed in on a set of parameters that produce terrific results and we’re happy to report that we have pressed the go button on production of the sensor discs for your Pips.
Further Progress in Relax & Race
Relax & Race is now developed to have an end-game results screen showing your race stats. The screen will include the following:
– Total session time
– Session time VS best possible time
– Longest time between stress events
– Percentage of stress to relaxation events
Thanks for reading,
The Galvanic Team