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SPO Updates Shareholders on 2012 Corporate Strategy
Date:1/24/2012

NEW YORK, January 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

SPO Medical Inc. (SPOM), a leading developer of biosensor and microprocessor technologies for use in portable monitoring devices, announced today an update to its shareholders on the Company's product and revenue generation strategy for fiscal 2012 primarily based on the completion of development and launch of a new range of consumer wellness devices.

SPO currently has three products in development stage which utilize the Company's proprietary intellectual property portfolio. SPO anticipates revenue generation via a recently contracted strategic distribution partner for its consumer wellness bracelet to commence during the second half of 2012.

The products under development are:

(i) A new and unique consumer wellness bracelet designed to measure a person's overall daily activity level, especially useful for the overweight or obese. The wellness bracelet, both for children and adults, contains  innovative features including display functionality and a time-piece which continuously measures the number of daily activities and calories burned against a recommended goal.

(ii) A sports and wellness wristwatch using SPO' vital sign technology for continuous heart rate measurement, which negates the need for the traditional chest-strap currently being used by most sports watch manufacturers. The ability to accurately and reliably measure heart-rate from the wrist area during motion has been a major challenge for the sports watch industry which typically required a chest-strap for acquiring continuous heart-rate readings.

(iii) An innovative home-baby monitoring device for continuous measurement of wellness information to the parent or caregiver, while the baby is sleeping. This parental reassurance tool gives the company a technological competitive edge in providing an innovative, high performance solution for a market application t
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