Intel India President Kumud Srinivasan, delivering keynote at CeBIT India 2014, Bangalore, Nov. 14 2014 ( Inset: Intel's Mobile Sensing Platform hardware)
Intel unveils mobile sensing platform at CeBIT India

Bangalore, November 15, 2014: Intel India  used its presence at the maiden  CeBIT India  expo here to its recently developed Mobile  Sensing Platform, a  solution combining hardware, mobile applications, analytics and cloud-based technology to enable mobile-based affordable and personal healthcare management application for masses.  This is just the first application: the platform can be used  by the technology eco-system to create applications for different consumer segments. 
Delivering a key note address on Building Tomorrow’s Technologies, Kumud Srinivasan, President Intel India said “ The Intel Sensing Platform is a key innovation for bringing about critical change through enabling an affordable technology solution that can impact masses positively.”
She further added “Technology today has become more immersive, perceptive and social; driving richer user experiences and productivity. At Intel, our endeavour is to use technology to improve the quality of life of people across the world.”

Tech brief: The Mobile Sensing Platform: An Embedded
Activity Recognition System

The MSP is a small wearable device designed for embedded activity 
recognition with the aim of broadly supporting context-aware ubiquitous
computing applications.
 Link to article in Pervasive computing Published by the IEEE CS n 1536-1268