Sky Labs is launching their online store in the UK, where you’ll be able to find their CART-I: the number one wearable technology medical device in the market that fits your lifestyle.


South Korea, 8 February 2022— The future in the healthcare industry is here, thanks to Sky Labs, the preventive healthcare company aiming to transform conventional hospital-centric care into patient-centric care with continuous monitoring in daily living by offering the CART-I ring now available in their recently launched UK Store

Its CART-I ring is the industry-leading wearable medical device that fits your lifestyle. By just wearing it, the CART-I provides photoplethysmography(PPG) signals to measure heart rate(HR) and to identify Atrial Fibrillation or its burden, and electrocardiogram(ECG) signals to offer supplementary information to doctors. Among other amazing features, the CART-I will provide you with continuous heart remote monitoring, Atrial Fibrillation monitoring with 99.6% Accuracy, RPM (real-time measurements) and analysis, remote data access from your doctor, and simplicity and ease of use.

Sky Labs has a team of outstanding people ready to develop the best healthcare gadget in the market. Their founders are well-experienced engineers from the Samsung Electronics DMC Research Center. The CEO has a master’s degree in electrical engineering and is an advanced engineer, and his business planner has more than 15 years of experience in the successful development of signal processing systems, including algorithms and hardware design. Their research team leader has a master’s degree in medicine and is an advanced biomedical engineer with more than 10 years of experience in developing a number of medical signal processing applications. Moreover, professionals in the medical field, including cardiologists at Seoul National University Hospital and Charite University Hospital, are working with Sky Labs. Their medical advisors not only help with clinical trials and validation of heart diseases, but they have also helped evolve their project into a practical healthcare service.

The company has been making great strides since it was founded in 2015. In 2017, they attracted investment from Bayer Headquarters, and then the company was invited as a technology pioneer to the World Economic Forum 2019. In May of this year, they closed a contract with Titan Commerce Continental Services, the largest wearable medical device distributor in Germany, to sell CART-I in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. CART-I was chosen as one of the wearable devices for a clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness of alerting AF patients to take anticoagulants when needed. The study is led by Dr. Timothy Betts, professor of medicine at Oxford University, who is a cardiologist and arrhythmia specialist.

Among the many awards that the company has received, Sky Labs won the final of the Grants4Apps held by Bayer, a German multinational pharmaceutical company. In 2017, they won the Young Investigator Award. They managed to get CE-MDD Approval and Korean MFDS Medical Device Approval in 2020, and in 2021 they were awarded as Red Dot Winner2021. They’re also the only Korean company that won the Digital Health and Technology Competition of the European Society of Cardiology for 2 consecutive years.

For more information about Sky Labs or their mission, visit and learn more about their amazing CART-I functions.

Contact Info:

Name: Lisa Kim
Organization: Sky Labs
Address: #703, 58, Pangyo-ro 255beon-gil, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea