A Joint Study with Genre Found That PAI Health Can Help Users Significantly Reduce Their Healthy Age

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Recently, PAI Health cooperated with American reinsurance company GenRe to conduct a health study on its 491 employees in 5 regions around the world. The results show that the use of PAI Health App with smart wearable devices effectively helped GenRE employees to maintain an active life in the initial phase of the new crown epidemic (March to June 2020), and it improved significantly within 16 weeks The overall cardiorespiratory endurance level of the participants was reduced, and the average healthy age was reduced by 5 years. (Click to read the full text of the research report)

Cardiorespiratory Fitness refers to the body’s ability to transport oxygen from the blood to the muscles during long-term physical exercise. It is usually measured by the maximum oxygen uptake (VO2 max). It has been recommended by the American Heart Association because of its scientific value. For “clinical vital signs”. PAI Health App converts the maximum oxygen uptake into a healthy age through a set of intelligent algorithms. Compared with the actual age, the healthy age of the body is more helpful for users to understand their true health status.

PAI (Personal Activity Intelligence) is a brand-new sports health evaluation system that can evaluate the impact of exercise on heart health based on physiological indicators collected by wearable devices, especially heart rate data, and can also use data such as body age and maximum oxygen uptake To assess cardiorespiratory endurance.

As a proprietary indicator of PAI Health App, PAI was born through 25 years of health research involving 45,000 people, with more than 1 million person-years of data accumulation. Published studies have shown that maintaining a PAI score of 100 or above can effectively reduce all-cause mortality and cardiovascular disease mortality, and extend life expectancy.

Another important finding of the study is that PAI can also motivate users who are least interested in exercise and have the worst health conditions, helping them maintain exercise habits. Studies have shown that 91.5% of people in this group have significantly improved cardiorespiratory endurance, and the average PAI score has increased by 41%. At the same time, PAI is also effective for older users. Participants over 50 have the highest PAI scores and the most significant improvement in cardiorespiratory endurance.

Sally Powell, general manager of PAI Health, said that the results of this study are very exciting. It further confirms the value of PAI in helping to solve one of the most pressing problems in the world-a negative lifestyle. She said that the new crown epidemic has brought new challenges to the health industry, and our solution provides people with a new and convenient tool that can provide personalized exercise guidance anytime and anywhere to keep users motivated.

For ordinary users, PAI can simply and clearly indicate how much exercise they need to improve or maintain cardiorespiratory endurance and help them reduce their health risks. For business partners, PAI Health uses its expertise in biometric technology and algorithm development to provide scientific and effective data support for companies in the fields of insurance, healthcare, and smart wearables, including mobile apps, APIs, and The complete set of tools, including the visual data display interface, help it accurately and conveniently grasp the health status of the target user.

It is understood that PAI Health is a wholly-owned independent subsidiary of Huami Technology (NYSE: ZEPP). As a cloud-based health service provider, Huami Technology has the world’s leading smart wearable technology based on powerful artificial intelligence algorithms and Big data analysis capabilities provide users with 7×24-hour health monitoring services. At present, Huami Technology has built a complete health and fitness ecosystem, including wearable terminals such as smart bracelets, smart watches, and sports headphones, as well as treadmills, weight scales, body fat scales, shoes and clothing related to sports and health. The cumulative shipments of peripherals have exceeded 100 million units.

Recently, PAI Health cooperated with American reinsurance company GenRe to conduct a health study on its 491 employees in 5 regions around the world. The results show that the use of PAI Health App with smart wearable devices effectively helped GenRE employees to maintain an active life in the initial phase of the new crown epidemic (March to June 2020), and it improved significantly within 16 weeks The overall cardiorespiratory endurance level of the participants was reduced, and the average healthy age was reduced by 5 years. (Click to read the full text of the research report)

Cardiorespiratory Fitness refers to the body’s ability to transport oxygen from the blood to the muscles during long-term physical exercise. It is usually measured by the maximum oxygen uptake (VO2 max). It has been recommended by the American Heart Association because of its scientific value. For “clinical vital signs”. PAI Health App converts the maximum oxygen uptake into a healthy age through a set of intelligent algorithms. Compared with the actual age, the healthy age of the body is more helpful for users to understand their true health status.

PAI (Personal Activity Intelligence) is a brand-new sports health evaluation system that can evaluate the impact of exercise on heart health based on physiological indicators collected by wearable devices, especially heart rate data, and can also use data such as body age and maximum oxygen uptake To assess cardiorespiratory endurance.

As a proprietary indicator of PAI Health App, PAI was born through 25 years of health research involving 45,000 people, with more than 1 million person-years of data accumulation. Published studies have shown that maintaining a PAI score of 100 or above can effectively reduce all-cause mortality and cardiovascular disease mortality, and extend life expectancy.

Another important finding of the study is that PAI can also motivate users who are least interested in exercise and have the worst health conditions, helping them maintain exercise habits. Studies have shown that 91.5% of people in this group have significantly improved cardiorespiratory endurance, and the average PAI score has increased by 41%. At the same time, PAI is also effective for older users. Participants over 50 have the highest PAI scores and the most significant improvement in cardiorespiratory endurance.

Sally Powell, general manager of PAI Health, said that the results of this study are very exciting. It further confirms the value of PAI in helping to solve one of the most pressing problems in the world-a negative lifestyle. She said that the new crown epidemic has brought new challenges to the health industry, and our solution provides people with a new and convenient tool that can provide personalized exercise guidance anytime and anywhere to keep users motivated.

For ordinary users, PAI can simply and clearly indicate how much exercise they need to improve or maintain cardiorespiratory endurance and help them reduce their health risks. For business partners, PAI Health uses its expertise in biometric technology and algorithm development to provide scientific and effective data support for companies in the fields of insurance, healthcare, and smart wearables, including mobile apps, APIs, and The complete set of tools, including the visual data display interface, help it accurately and conveniently grasp the health status of the target user.

It is understood that PAI Health is a wholly-owned independent subsidiary of Huami Technology (NYSE: ZEPP). As a cloud-based health service provider, Huami Technology has the world’s leading smart wearable technology based on powerful artificial intelligence algorithms and Big data analysis capabilities provide users with 7×24-hour health monitoring services. At present, Huami Technology has built a complete health and fitness ecosystem, including wearable terminals such as smart bracelets, smart watches, and sports headphones, as well as treadmills, weight scales, body fat scales, shoes and clothing related to sports and health. The cumulative shipments of peripherals have exceeded 100 million units.

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