Samsung Simband is a wearable device to monitor heart rate, blood pressure, and skin temperature. Written in C++ language, developers can access data from SAMI, Samsung's data exchange platform via REST. To authenticate, Simband uses a chip to remotely store a private key used in a SSL server.
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