Mio Licenses PAI Technology to the Lenovo Brand of Wearables

Mio Global — a health technology company — has just announced its partnership with Lenovo, a rexignized leader in innovative consumer, commercial, and enterprise technology.

We’re told that the new Lenovo HW01 Plus fitness bands are the first of many devices that will feature Mio’s science-based health metric that translates heart rate data into a simple, meaningful score that guides users on how much activity they need to live a longer, healthier life.

The Personal Activity Intelligence experience utilizes heart rate because it is the single most accurate reflection of the body’s response to physical activity, which means it also provides the most accurate picture of how daily and weekly activities can contribute to overall health. The PAI algorithm translates heart rate and personal data into a simple score that gives users a personalized prescription for exercise through one universal goal: keep your weekly PAI score at or above 100 for maximum health benefits. Since this goal is based on personal profile data, it adapts to a people’s fitness levels as they improve.

“We are excited to integrate PAI into the experiences and platforms of many other brands to positively impact global health by making wearables more meaningful,” said Peter Taylor, CEO of Mio Global. “Lenovo is a major brand in the consumer technology space, so we’re thrilled that PAI was the chosen metric to help grow their business because of its wide appeal across a wide variety of consumers of lifestyles and fitness levels.”

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