Fujitsu Wandant Can Help You Track Health Info of Your Pet

November 30, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Calling all dog owners who are worried about their pet’s health! Here we have for you a brand new solution that will help monitor your dogs’ health. Courtesy of efforts made by folks at Fujitsu, a new device christened Wandant would prove to be of much help for owners to keep a check on their pet’s health.

The name Wandant has been derived from Japanese words Wan and Dant, which mean woof and pendant respectively.

The Wandant can be attached to the dog’s collar, and it counts how many steps the pooch takes during its outing. The device tracks the dog’s temperature, how much the dog eats, its weight and stool condition. It contains three accelerometers and records data every 10 minutes and even tracks the dog’s stress level. What more do you want?

The date recorded can be stored locally for up to 14 days or uploaded to an NFC-equipped Android device. It can also be presented graphically on a custom website, so that it makes it easy for anyone to understand the dog’s activities.

According to Fujitsu, the device will enable communication between pets and their owners so that they can track all the health information regarding the pet’s health.

The Wandant is available on Amazon Japan with a price tag of $120 and the company claims that its battery life will lasts for four months.

The device comes with a one-year subscription on the cloud service. And, people stateside should not expect to see it very soon, as Fujitsu has no plans to sell the device beyond Japan.

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