Ciye is a Wearable development company based in California. It develops smart glasses and smart goggles for competitive sports.
Swimming is a great workout, if you enjoy swimming and don't want to hire a coach for the classes, you should consider using a proper app for swimming, that's why Ciye considered bringing smart goggles underwater even though it was a relatively new technology. In order to provide all of the promised data as tracking the swimmer's training and displaying the swimmer's laps, splits, sets, and time automatically, our mobile developers would need to build a mobile app that is available for iOS and Android and enables Ciye to perform its full capabilities on both platforms.
Zetaton's software development team developed an app that gives swimmers real-time feedback and lets them see how hard their work is paying off, bringing swimming apps to a whole new level of performance. The app also tracks and displays laps, splits, sets, and time automatically; swimmers are provided with immediate feedback.
At Zetaton, developing a mobile app for Ciye was one of our most exciting projects. Using SCRUM, our expert software developer team prioritized and controlled workflow, allowing us to incorporate changes quickly and be flexible throughout.
Our mobile app developers built the mobile application keeping the user in mind, focusing on stability, intuitive UX/UI, and empowering users to reach their health and performance goals.
To keep cost low we utilized several technologies to reduce the size of the code base by writing the code once & run it everywhere.
Rich and full of features
We saw an opportunity to make the outdoors more enjoyable by providing real time coaching information and performance metrics in your eyewear. with the ability to explore goals and compare them with ideal workouts
Most swimmers, including professionals, could improve on their head position & movement during swimming. This feature allows swimmers to view when they go for air & how. It shows their exact head movement throughout the entire swim.
Providing Bluetooth (BLE) connectivity between the mobile apps and low-powered silicon devices was a big hurdle to overcome. The battery life of the smart goggles & glasses last for several hours while providing connectivity only when needed.