Use case scenario:
User gets a stroke during a conditioning walk and sends an alarm to emergency centre
Simon is 65 years old and he has a history of occasional chest pain. His wife has bought him a Navigil wrist watch as a gift. Simon likes his new watch because it looks nice. The watch also connects to an emergency alarm service Simon’s wife has subscribed for Simon. Simon wears the watch when he follows his exercise program.
One Sunday morning Simon is out for a condition walk. He did not feel perfectly ok when he woke up but he tries to keep up with the condition program because he knows that he will meet the physiotherapist next week.
After two kilometres of brisk walking in the park Simon feels a strong chest pain. He falls down on the ground aching. Because it is early morning there is nobody else in the park to hear him. He pushes the alarm button. The watch vibrates and a beep confirms that an emergency message has been sent.
Soon a voice from the watch says: “help centre – are you all right?”. Simon is barely able to say: “stroke – help me!”. Simon’s location is transferred to the emergency centre and it is displayed on the map. The help centre sends an alarm to emergency centre and soon an ambulance is on its way to help Simon.