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Omate designs and manufactures smart IoT and wearables for people who need protection. We have created an entire ecosystem aiming to transform our lives towards a safer World.

WHAT

Our mission is to improve digital lifestyles through innovative Wearable-as-a-Service (WaaS) and Mobile-Only solutions.

WHO

We are product development experts, telecom hardware engineers, software developers, designers and wearable tech pioneers.

WHERE

Omate is operating in the Hi-Tech Park of Shenzhen in the heart of the Greater Bay Area in China.

From Design to Production

CNET

The Omate S3 is a senior smartwatch with an SOS button to keep your grandparents safe.” Dan Graziano Read article

WAREABLE

Omate, the company behind the K3 smartwatch for kids, is now turning its attention to the other end of the age spectrum with the S3 smartwatch.” Michael Sawh Read article

ENGADGET

Omate’s kids smartwatch does 3G calls and reliable tracking. It’ll even be offered by mobile operators and insurance companies.” Richard Lai Read Article

ANDROID COMMUNITY

This Omate S3 is ideal for the elder generation because of the simple and easy to use design.” Rei Padla Read article

GIZMODO

This Smartwatch For The Elderly Has A Bunch Of Safety Features. The Omate S3 can last up to two days on a single charge and triangulates a location using GPS, 3G GSM mobile networks and WiFi hotspots.” Rae Johnston Read article

UBERGIZMO

When it comes to smartwatches and wearable tech, Omate is a company that has some experience in that field.” Tyler Lee Read article

TOM’S GUIDE

Omate Smartwatch Tracks Kids and Makes SOS Calls. Plus, this Android Wear-powered wearable is pretty cute.” Anna Attkisson Read article

PCMAG

My kid loves “fidgety things.“ If yours does too, they might enjoy the Omate x Nanoblock smartwatch.” Sascha Segan Read article

DAILY MAIL

Omate ‘SOS smartwatch’ for the elderly lets them call for help at the touch of a screen – and lets their family track them.” Stacy Liberatore Read Article