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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is using Fitbit and Fitbit’s Ready for Work system to conduct a pilot program for the space agency’s 1,000 employees.according to statement The company’s Ready for Work solution is part of an effort to help employees make informed decisions to work on-site during the COVID-19 pandemic. The statement added that in the program, 1,000 NASA employees performing mission-critical work at six locations in the United States will receive Fitbit Charge 4 devices and will be able to gain Fitbit’s “ready to work” daily sign-in experience.
The daily check-in function in the app allows users to record their symptoms and body temperature as well as key health indicators of the rack, and receive aggregated COVID-19 guidelines according to CDC guidelines. The Fitbit Ready for Work daily check-in function allows users to observe key health parameters, such as resting heart rate, respiration rate, and heart rate variability, which are tracked by their Fitbit device.
Fitbit said that among the people participating in the NASA-Fitbit project, 150 astronauts and employees of the agency are critical to future space flights. The plan aims to reduce the risk of infectious diseases, which can spread to astronauts during the critical pre-flight period.
According to the company, the goal of the Fitbit pilot program is to help NASA and its employees prevent the spread of COVID-19, while also supporting their overall health and well-being.
According to Amy McDonough, managing director and general manager of Google Fitbit Health Solutions, the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the key role that Fitbits plays in supporting people’s better lives through proper sleep, eating habits, and overall control of themselves. . Improve their health to get a healthier lifestyle.