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Cloudtag (CTAG) CEO Amit Ben-Haim answers, private investor submitted, questions and gives 3 reasons why you should put CloudTag on your Vox Markets watchlist.

Highlights from the Podcast

*Confirmed high 90’s accuracy data in correlation to CPX 

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As you can see, this medical test isn’t available in every hospital, there is one cardiac led service in the South West of England at Poole Hospital. If you look here and the below info graphic, CPX is a lot of hassle and the CloudTag Track can eliminate this process.

I can’t even begin to imagine how many billions the NHS  could save from offering patients the CloudTag track and I look forward to bringing to your attention more details on this VERY SOON from meeting up with a Doctor from one of the UK’s largest hospitals. The overall cost savings to the NHS with iot are  jaw-dropping, projecting £40 billion !

Pilot Philips projects have returned a 30 per cent reduction in both re-admissions to hospitals and to operating costs. Extrapolate that across the NHS landscape and the savings could hit £40 billion. IoT devices are also predicted to punch a huge hole in the annual £300-million bill for unused medicine by prompting patients to adhere to regimes. Dr Shahid Ali, a Bradford GP and Professor of Digital Health at the University of Salford, has already proved the benefit of connectivity at his NHS practice where 98 per cent of patients on a tech-supported programme reduced their blood pressure within three months.


A truly remarkable medical device, I’m sure you will agree.

*Confirmed API & SDK functions with third parties 

Thankfully, Aberdeen Man from the LSE bulletin boards asked the question around being able to integrate the data with other Apps such as Strava and My Fitness Pal, it was what we all wanted to hear when Amit confirmed that this will infact happen but there is sensitivity for the privacy of the data of the user, so they will need to ensure the data stays with CloudTag and will need pre-conditions with third parties beforehand.

This is great news because with wearable’s and associated apps, the key to success of both is interoperability. A successful wearable must be able via API and SDK functions, to operate with any appropriate app and vice versa. That is the minimum required in today’s market, however there needs to be more, wearable’s are not fulfilling the potential of apps and consumer demands, accuracy and a broader range of sensors need to be addressed. This is the case with the, soon to be available, Cloudtag Track, and family of wearable’s which will have the highest accuracy (medical ECG) and sensors that satisfy demands in a range of areas from weight loss through elite fitness to medical and preserving life.

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CLICK HERE to hear the Podcast if you’ve scrolled past the link at the beginning


Amit stated that CloudTag will have a central stand in the wearable hall at CES 2017, as you can see from the floor plan below this is the biggest floor space at Tech West, which consists of  Sands Expo (Sands), The Venetian, The Palazzo, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn (Wynn/Encore). They will be showing off the CloudTag Track device along with new products that the team are currently working on.. This is NOT a one trick pony!

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Featuring the innovative power behind the industry’s emerging technology, Tech West encompassed revolutions in fitness and health, the Internet of Things, smart home and other high-growth technologies changing the way we live, work and play. You could discover the titans of tech, promising startups and everything in between.

Last year the Wearables Marketplace featured everything from high-tech fashion and smart jewelry to wearables that track your mood, activity and even your pets, as well as the newest augmented reality devices.

Amit Ben-Haim spoke to Directors Talk, earlier this year post CES 2016;

“The other thing that was very much interesting, and again in line with the value for the shareholders, is that I was invited last night to a small group, a private dinner with Phillips, and throughout the five keynote speakers, it was clear that CloudTag Inc is spearheading the future of the wearables.


By means of analysing the data we collect on the user and by adding artificial intelligence and machine learning, we provide the user with data that is meaningful, allowing them to follow their set goals, be it weight loss or body sculpturing, with high accuracy and prediction, bringing the user to their target goals within the period they have specified. Beyond that, we’re also harnessing all of our other internet of things which are available for us to add a much larger holistic view where the doctors and the care people and all other care providers can all share the same information and make a change to our users. This is the most important thing, as I’ve mentioned in previous interviews to date, people get data of what they have done with no meaningful trajectory towards what they want to achieve and it is on an island so each one gets his own data and still play on his own island, what we’re saying is we’re connecting all the islands, the care providers.”

Collaborations between sensors, low-energy Bluetooth, cloud computing, 3D printing, flexible membranes and more transformed age-old fashions to the next global trend.


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CloudTag brings personal monitoring to the wellbeing, fitness and digital health markets using wearable fitness trackers.


Please click here to see 39 reasons why I’ve invested in CloudTag 

*Please ONLY ever invest what you can afford to lose, because investments can go down as well as up and this blog is only to be used for research and information purposes, I am not qualified to provide any financial advice and do not suggest you buy off the back of the information I’ve put together here. Please do your own research*



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