Designed to be simple, robust and cost-effective, Moki Bands count your steps and use contactless payment technology to transmit the data to the Moki App with a simple tap. Designed to monitor the activity levels of groups Moki is ideal for schools and organisations.
Moki has been designed and developed in collaboration with leading health experts and head teachers to be ideally suited for use in schools. However it also has powerful applications for any organisations looking to support and engage an active membership.
The vast majority of fitness trackers and activity monitoring apps available today are designed with the individual in mind. The technology, price point and reporting are aimed at an individual tracking their own activity levels. Moki has been designed from the ground up to measure and report the activity of groups of individuals as well as provide the tools to act on that insight.
For example, schools can present valuable data to show the precise impact of certain initiatives such as the popular Daily Mile, as well identify and engage the least active pupils.
Organisations or companies can use Moki to gauge the overall activity of their employees and engage them with team challenges to promote cooperation as well as an active workplace.
The Moki Band contains a pedometer that continuously keeps the step count of the wearer. The Moki Reader is a small box shaped device that connects to any Windows PC via USB. When the Moki Band is tapped on the Reader it transfers the step data to the Moki Application installed on the computer. Just like a checkout at the supermarket Moki uses NFC contactless technology which makes it easy and quick to capture the data of a large class or group.
The Moki Band uses a watch battery (2032) so no cabled charging is required. The battery life is approximately 6 months.
The Moki Reader draws power from the connected Windows PC via the USB cable.
The Moki Band only records the wearer’s steps using the built in pedometer. This information is passed via the Reader to the Moki App.
Each Moki Band wearer or Player is added to the Moki App individually or in bulk using the CSV bulk import tool.
The Moki App allows you to add a Player’s name, age, year group and gender. Players can easily be grouped into Teams to denote a specific class or year group for example. All the data stored in the Moki App is safely stored and backed up to the Moki servers using industry standard security protocols.
The Moki App contains a dashboard that shows graphical representations of your activity data. Filters allow you to easily customise which Teams data you would like to see and across what date range. These visualisations have been designed by leading experts to show the data in the most meaningful way. If other uses are required then your data can be easily exported in full as a CSV file using the Export tool.
The Moki App allows you to organise Players into any number of Teams and has a Challenges feature that allows the custom creation of targets and objectives. For example a school or organisation could create their very own Million Steps Challenge and specify which teams they would like to participate. Moki will monitor and display the progress of each Challenge.
Moki Bands only work with the Moki Reader and App. Moki has been designed to monitor the activity of large groups and the Moki bands will not work with other fitness apps designed for individuals.
Bluetooth is great, but have you ever tried to connect multiple devices in the same room at the same time? Moki uses NFC technology where Bluetooth would not work. Simply tap your Moki Band on the Moki Reader and any number of users can sync their steps to the app quickly, easily and securely.
The Moki Band is water resistant, so fine in the rain or during hand-washing. The Band is not waterproof and may not function after exposure to water for long periods of time, i.e. when swimming or showering.
No. The Moki Band does not have a GPS or any other location-tracking hardware.
The Moki Band battery will last approximately six months, based on average daily usage.
When the Moki Band runs low on battery a warning will appear in the app. To change the battery simply unscrew the back casing and replace with another CR2032 battery.
The kids only wear the Moki Bands at school. Is it possible to ignore the data for Saturday and Sunday?
In the Settings section of the app it is possible to flick a switch to ignore weekend data.
If one of your Moki Bands stops working try replacing the CR2032 battery with a new one. If this does not fix the issue then just get in touch and we will ship a replacement Moki Band out to you.
Moki is shipped to you in a useful box that can carry up to 40 Moki Bands and 1 Moki Reader. The box is durable and designed to continue storing the Moki Bands in the classroom.
Moki is compliant with ICO (Information Commissioners Office). No personally identifiable information is collected. All data related to physical activity (e.g. number of steps) is synced with the Moki app anonymously.
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