smoking-stopper

RegulSmoke has unveiled a new smart device at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 called Smoking-Stoper, it’s a connected device and mobile app that tracks smoking behavior and controls consumption in real-time, helping the user to ultimately kick this unhealthy habit. It offers a medical solution for those who are serious about giving up smoking.

RegulSmoke says that Smoking-Stopper increases the likelihood of a smoker’s chances of completely kicking the habit by focusing on their smoking behavior. The connected device and companion app have been designed by enigneers and tobacco treatment specialists, helping users manage nicotine addiction based on their physical, behavorial, psychological and emotional distinctiveness.

Users place a standard size pack of cigarettes in the connected case which then synchronizes with the mobile app, the app creates a customized program for each user to help them reach their daily goals. Once the process has started the connected device will only open and closed based on the user’s profile and goals.

The app identifies 62 different smoking profiles to better get an idea of the user and set goals accordingly to reduce daily consumption aside from offering advice based on four key factors, physical, emotional, behavioral and psychological. Users can also speak with tobacco specialists over the phone through the app to discuss their progress and their goals.

Smoking-Stopper has been unveiled at CES 2016 and is likely to arrive later this year, pricing and availability has not yet been revealed.

Filed in Gadgets. Read more about CES, CES 2016 and Connected Objects.

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