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  • Medi-tech company CardieX is partnering with China’s largest Google wear provider to develop smart heart health solutions
  • CardieX’s cardiovascular and hypertension algorithms and patents will be used with Mobvoi’s sensor technology to produce features for smart watches
  • CardieX’s share price is up 45.83 per cent this morning, currently sitting at $0.035 apiece

CardieX’s share price has shot up over 45 per cent this morning after it announced partnering with China’s biggest Google wearable platform.

The partnership will see CardieX team up with Mobvoi to produce health-focused smart wearable solutions for Google’s Wear OS platform.

Mobvoi is Google’s official operating partner for developing the smart wearable solutions in China. It is also emerging as one of the nations fastest-growing artificial intelligence and consumer electronics companies, according to CardieX.

CardieX specialises in creating smart solutions to assist with heart health. Under the agreement, it will be Mobvoi’s exclusive provider of features surrounding “smart heart health.”

The medi-tech company’s cardiovascular and hypertension algorithms and patents will be combined with Mobvoi’s sensor technology to create the product.

CardieX’s fully owned subsidiary ATCOR will work on a new algorithm to work with the smart watches, and Mobvoi is expected to create a new watch to enhance the capabilities of the smart heart health solutions.

Additionally, an app will be created to work in conjunction with the smart watch functions.

In June, the company partnered with fellow medi-tech company Blumio to create an at home wearable blood pressure monitor, in a bid to tap into the multi-billion dollar market.

CardieX’s share price is up 45.83 per cent this morning, currently sitting at $0.035 apiece, as of AEST 11:12 am.

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