Fitbit Collaborates with Scripps Research and Stanford Medicine to Study the Role of Wearables to Detect, Track and Contain Infectious Diseases like COVID-19
Fitbit provides tools that can help address critical challenges in health research. Looking for more details on how to use Fitbit devices in research?
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Fitbit offers a range of devices including activity trackers, the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, and Fitbit Aria 2 wifi smart scale. Our open API allows researchers to continuously access population health analytics being collected throughout the duration of the study.
The data collected with Fitbit devices helps researchers prevent biases and other measurement errors.
Fitbit’s brand can help recruitment by drawing participants to studies. Our devices are designed to be worn for longer periods of time versus many typical research grade devices, allowing researchers to collect data and gain insight over longer periods of time.