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• Drew Radcliff
• Jeff Chudik
• Zach Ganz
• If wearables have a primary role in the enterprise
environment, then companies can benefit by improving
security, saving money, and increasing efficiency.
• Can they improve employee satisfaction and health?
• Can they improve current business processes?
• Can they be used as authentication?
• User Experience
• Form factor
• Battery life
• Higher price point
Percentage of consumers who would buy a fitness
band a certain price points
• Corporate Wellness Programs
• Can increase employee health and happiness
• Reports show lower turnover rate after adopting corporate
wellness and wearables
• However, these programs should be optional
• Some employees react differently to wearables and some can
find tracking fitness information to increase anxiety, 
Key Points: Studies have shown wearables can increase
employee happiness and lower turnover rates
• Improves Employee
• Employees wearing
wearables while on job are
• Implementing wearables
can also increases
Key Points: Wearables can make employees more
• Employee Benefits Ultimately Lead to Enterprise Benefits
• Employee wellness leads to lower insurance rates for
• Happier employees leads to lower turnover and higher
productivity , 
• Increased employee efficiency leads to greater overall
Key Points: Improving employee health can create tangible
benefits for the enterprise
• Disney MagicBand 
• RFID Bands used for access control,
guest tracking, and purchases in
• Epicenter 
• Implanted wearable device used to
authenticate users 
• Theatro– The Container Store
• Wearable voice recognition and Wi-Fi
voice for employees  
Key Point: Wearables are useful for many applications
in the enterprise environment
• Multifactor Authentication systems in one of four ways
1.What you have
2.Presence factor or proximity factor
4.Proof of alternative knowledge 
• Example Tasks
• Typing a set of lines
• Watch an exciting
• Walk 20 feet
• Pickup and move a 20 lb
box across the room
• Why these tasks?
• Tasks were designed to
engage sensors that
were available on all
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Key Points: Peaks and valleys do not overlap/stride length
PRELIMINARY RESULTS MATT VS MATT
Key Points: Peaks and valleys are very close. Distance
between strides are the same
• Wearables can provide many benefits for the enterprise
• Lower turnover rate
• Save money on insurance
• Potential use as authentication mechanism
• Enterprise has intangible benefits too
• Increased employee efficiency
• Increased employee happiness
• Increased employee health
1. Compile literature review article
2. Acquire bands for study/testing
3. Discover or create a way to export data from band
4. Conduct experiments based on test plan
5. Collect and document testing results
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