session health, tizen telehealth in samsung devices samsung display device (smart tvs & smart monitors) users will be able to launch telemedicine service within the samsung products. once you pick your physician, you can use one of the approved usb cameras to connect to the tv and jump on a video call with a physician via external service provider's built-in web applications. after a few account setup process on mobile / pc, you can easily start your session any time on tv without any additional complicated inputs. at your session, you can also receive a prescription to be filled in at a mail-in online pharmacy (pc or mobile) to receive prescription drugs at your doorstep. speakers sean park samsung electronics
speakers get to know samsung developer conference speakers. jh han vice chairman & ceo, device experiencesamsung electronics jaehyeon jung evp, smartthings teamsamsung electronics cathy you svp, global business and strategyaqara anil yadav head of north america, bixby labsamsung electronics shin-chul baik principal engineer of security team, mobile experience businesssamsung electronics hobum kwon corporate vp, platform teamsamsung electronics bongjun ko evp, application s/w r&d groupsamsung electronics sally hyesoon jeong vp & head of framework r&d group, mobile experience businesssamsung electronics hon pak vice president, head of digital health team(mx)samsung electronics pattie maes professor of media technology at mitmit nick holzherr whisk aaron swift director of product, developer experiencesmartthings alex jun gao head of digital health labsamsung research america ben asaf chief technology officerclika byungwoo min software engineer, framework r&d team(mx)samsung electronics changwoo kim software engineer, basic platform r&d group(mx)samsung electronics charles kim software architect, smartthings team(dpc)samsung electronics charles lim tizen licensing pm(vd)samsung electronics daehwa rayer lee chief executive officerdr.tail daniel moneta marketing & strategy, smartthings | marketing chair, matter work groupsmartthings david berger senior software engineerunity technologies donghun shin ux engineer, next generation ux group(vd)samsung electronics dongkyun son software engineer, se team(sr)samsung electronics dongmin chwa software engineer, system platform r&d group(mx)samsung electronics dongsun lim software engineer,smartthings r&d group(dpc)samsung electronics dongwan kang software engineer, smartthings server r&d group(dpc)samsung electronics dongyeon jeong staff engineer, data analytics lab(sr)samsung electronics eric song head of data service lab(sr)samsung electronics erik jorgensen senior computer vision and machine learning research engineersmartthings euna ko software engineer, se lab(vd)samsung electronics gennady petrov principal software developer, display drivernvidia hyeonseok lee software engineer, soc architecture team(sr)samsung electronics hyunseok cha principal s/w engineer, s/w platform lab(vd)samsung electronics james geraci master, data intelligence team(sr)samsung electronics ji-hoon lee software engineer, tizen platform lab(isr)samsung electronics jiman cho software engineer, smartthings r&d group(dpc)samsung electronics joan soskin director, product operationssmartthings jong woo vp games, service business team(mx)samsung electronics jongho kim engineer, h/w platform lab(vd)samsung electronics junho lee principal s/w engineer, security lab(vd)samsung electronics kangwook lee software engineer, ai methods team(sr)samsung electronics kwang pyo choi master, visual technology team(sr)samsung electronics kwanyoung kim h/w engineer, h/w platform lab(vd)samsung electronics kyungyoun won software engineer, s/w platform group(da)samsung electronics madhukar budagavi senior director, multimedia standardssamsung research america markus höckner senior software developerocilion iptv technologies gmbh michael barnes head of lab, framework r&d group(mx)samsung research uk michael hwang co-founder/chief strategy officerdatumo olivier li overseas sales directorcvte pankaj agarwal chief executive officertaghive inc. rajan joshi principal engineersamsung research america rajiv kavuri senior director, product management, samsung walletsamsung electronics america robert white sr. directorsamsung electronics rongchun wu software engineer, framework r&d group(vd)samsung electronics ryan yunil kim principal s/w engineer, product s/w lab(vd)samsung electronics sangchul song corporate vice president, advertising service group(mx)samsung electronics sanghun kim picture quality engineersamsung electronics seikwon kim software engineer, mde lab(sr)samsung electronics seong-il hahm master, senior architect, s/w platform group(da)samsung electronics seongnam oh senior technical director, video systemssamsung research america steve herbert director, global business developmentsmartthings sungchull lee software engineer, health s/w r&d group(mx)samsung electronics suzie hyun director, industry relationssamsung research america yongseon lee co-founder & head of infrastructurevessl ai youngjun kim software engineer, service s/w lab(vd)samsung electronics zach michel engineering managersmartthings back to previous page
thank you for a great sdc22! watch the keynote and tech sessions on demand, and we hope to see you next year! samsung developer conference 2022 october 12, 2022 at moscone north (san francisco) and online video thumbanil highlights though sdc22 has ended, the innovation lives on! whether you missed the event or just want to revisit the highlights, you can watch the excitement on demand. keynote discover samsung’s broad ecosystem of powerful, next-level tech and hear how samsung is building toward a smarter, safer, and more personally connected future. view keynote tech sessions view tech sessions dive into the future of connected customer experiences through tech sessions by developers offering further insight into the innovations introduced in the keynote. sessions mobile, design, ui/ux what’s new in one ui 5 an introduction to the key new features of one ui 5. sessions iot, contents & service, open innovation smartthings find: find alongside 200+ million users learn about the growth of smartthings find and how you can harness its power to better your product. sessions enterprise, tizen tizen everywhere tizen enterprise platform will provide all the technology infrastructure for enterprise display. tizen tv release in europe, austrailia, turkey. sessions health, tizen telehealth in samsung devices meet your doctor in a bigger screen. samsung x healthtap brings new experience to smart tvs & smart monitors for easy access to health checkups. sessions iot, tizen, ui/ux what's new in tizen? through this session, you can see new features on tizen 7.0 and how intelligent iot platform tizen is preparing for the future. sessions iot, monetization, smart appliances smartthings energy service introduction of smartthings energy service and benefits of a seamless energy management. speaker list check out the speakers who joined us at sdc22 to share their experience and expertise, and get a sense of what you can expect from next year’s sdc event. go to speaker list code labs go to code lab get hands-on with the latest development features through new code lab topics and samples introduced for sdc22. bixby smartthings control a smart bulb control a smart light bulb and change its color using bixby home studio. 30 mins start watch face studio apply conditional lines on watch faces learn how to create a watch face that responds to time and notification using conditional lines in watch face studio. 20 mins start samsung wallet add boarding passes, tickets, and coupons learn how to integrate the add to wallet functionality with partner services, enabling users to add boarding passes, tickets, and coupons to samsung wallet. 30 mins start previous events watch highlights of selected sessions from sdc events since 2016. sdc21 october 26, 2021online sdc19 october 29–30, 2019mcenery convention centersan jose, california sdc18 november 8-9, 2018moscone westsan francisco, california sdc17 october 18-19, 2017moscone westsan francisco, california sdc16 april 27-28, 2016moscone westsan francisco, california
sdc21 sdc21 builds connections and shapes the future of customer experiences. learn about the innovations for creating cutting-edge solutions in an expansive ecosystem. highlight session : special offer only @sdc21 get a deeper look at the new software, services and platforms announced in the keynote. each session delivers more information on the innovations enabling smarter customer experiences on even smarter devices. platforms designed for connected experiences bixby : best voice interface for connected experience building the future smart home today samsung’s connected kitchen platform: social food experience with connected appliances innovating mobile experiences across samsung galaxy ecosystem one ui 4 design: focus, comfort, self-expression what’s new in foldables? watch ecosystem: a new era reimagining the $80b enterprise developer opportunity the evolution of tizen and innovative screen experiences what’s new in tizen 6.5 redefining the experience of watching tv what's new in samsung smart tv services what's next for tizen: smart screen for business catch up with our latest insights hear from samsung’s top experts and gain powerful insights into the industry and state-of-the-art technology, ideal for developers wanting to advance or for those interested in the latest breakthroughs. tech talk ar, design, developer program, game, iot, mobile, monetization, open innovation ar emoji for the metaverse security, tizen automation to help security design, develper program, enterprise, iot, mobile, monetization, security, ui/ux, wearable beyond a limit with the mobile b2b partner program enterprise, security, smart tv, tizen build a trusted service with samsung tizen security android, design, developer program, mobile, wearable build your app in the new watch ecosystem mobile, open innovation, wearable call for innovators: build breakthrough technologies with samsung mobile ai, developer program, iot, mobile, productivity, smart appliances enabling intelligent voice control on your iot devices android, developer program, game, mobile, open innovation, productivity, ui/ux enhanced pen experience on galaxy ai, machine learning, robotics enhancing apache spark for robust data processing android, content & services, developer program, game, mobile, monetization galaxy store: games-focused, developer-friendly enterprise, mobile, monetization, open innovation, productivity, wearable galaxy watch4 for enterprise business android, content & services, game, mobile, monetization, web games for everyone: samsung instant plays android, content & services, developer program, mobile, monetization grow your podcast audience with samsung content & services, smart tv hdr10+ for gaming smart appliances home mobility : appliance as platform for services android, content & services, developer program, mobile, web how to build browser extensions on samsung internet enterprise, tizen how to build smart signage solutions with tizen ai, content & services, mobile, open innovation, productivity how to elevate english writing experiences smart tv, tizen improving the voice experience with samsung tv enterprise, tizen introducing lynk cloud & magicinfo cloud ai, developer program, machine learning, open innovation, robotics nntrainer: personalize neural networks on devices! android, content & services, developer program, health, mobile, wearable new health platform based on wear os powered by samsung android, design, mobile, ui/ux, wearable one ui: designing a more approachable experience ai, android, design, enterprise, mobile, monetization, open innovation, productivity redefining edge computing & foldables for b2b open innovation samsung ese: a trusted partner for enhanced security ai, developer program, enterprise, iot, mobile, open innovation, productivity, security smartthings build: bringing connected living experiences to life for multi-family ai, developer program, iot, mobile, productivity smartthings edge: a platform engineered for the next-generation smart home ai, developer program, enterprise, iot, mobile, productivity smartthings find: from lost to found 5g, 6g towards beyond 5g and 6g android, content & services, developer program, mobile, productivity, ui/ux, web unfolding the future of responsive web design smart tv, tizen, web what's new in the tizen web platform for smart tv video thumbanil keynote unveiling the samsung software, services and platforms shaping the future of customer experiences. see how they enable connectivity across devices and offer opportunities to collaborate. this is innovation not only for today, but for the future. with a commitment to education, hands-on opportunities help to build a better future. keynote speakers dj koh president & ceo it & mobile communications samsung electronics daniel ahn senior vice president mobile platform center samsung electronics samantha fein vice president business development and marketing smartthings inc. jeongsook lee vice president customer experience office samsung electronics yongjae kim senior vice president visual display software r&d samsung electronics bill mandel vice president visual solutions lab samsung research america janghyun yoon executive vice president mobile software r&d samsung electronics
thank you for a great sdc23! watch the keynote and tech sessions on demand, and we hope to see you next year! samsung developer conference 2023 thu, oct 5, 2023 10:00 am ptmoscone north in san francisco and online video thumbanil highlights though sdc23 has ended, the innovation lives on! whether you missed the event or just want to revisit the highlights, you can watch the excitement on demand. keynote discover samsung’s broad ecosystem of powerful, next-level tech and hear how samsung is building toward a smarter, safer, and more personally connected future. view keynote sessions view sessions dive into the future of connected customer experiences through tech sessions by developers offering further insight into the innovations introduced in the keynote. gamepad on tizen tv mega session screen experience, game, developer program, tizen this session provides valuable tips and techniques for game application developers and gamepad manufacturers. hdr10+ gaming mega session screen experience, game the hdr10+ gaming panel discussion covers an overview of hdr10+ gaming and how game developers can support it. games with samsung galaxy mega session mobile experience, game, android, mobile the latest in mobile gaming development technologies, responsive ui for flex mode, and mobile cloud gaming. exploring the digital health ecosystem: samsung health as digital front door mega session health experience, health, wearable, mobile new samsung health features, samsung privileged health sdk, and collaboration for research with samsung health stack. smartthings and matter tech session platform innovation, iot, open source, developer program get a brief introduction to matter, new enhancements with smartthings, and new developer tools that make it easy to integrate your devices. what's new and next in watch face studio 2023 tech session mobile experience, wearable, design, mobile let's learn the main new features of watch face studio 2023 and enjoy the new watch face studio plugin experience. speakers check out the speakers who joined us at sdc23 to share their experience and expertise, and get a sense of what you can expect from next year’s sdc event. view speakers code labs view code lab get hands-on with the latest development features through new code lab topics and samples introduced for sdc23. smartthings matter: build a matter iot app with smartthings home api 25 mins start smartthings develop a smartthings find-compatible device 30 mins start foldable develop a widget for flex window 25 mins start samsung wallet integrate 'add to samsung wallet' button into partner services 30 mins start gamedev galaxy z implement flex mode into a unity game 30 mins start watch face studio customize styles of a watch face with watch face studio 30 mins start tech square talk with product experts, experience innovations in tech square. catch up on new updates from samsung platforms and os like smartthings, knox and tizen, mobile & screen experience, home & health experience, sustainability. view tech square samsung c-lab meet six passionate entrepreneurs and start-ups accelerated by samsung c-lab, an in-house venture and start-up acceleration program. these start-ups are making waves in the healthcare and ai industries, and are here to showcase their latest innovations. view samsung c-lab prior years watch highlights of selected sessions from sdc events in last samsung developer conference. sdc22 october 12, 2022moscone north and onlinesan francisco, california sdc21 october 26, 2021online sdc19 october 29–30, 2019mcenery convention centersan jose, california sdc18 november 8-9, 2018moscone westsan francisco, california sdc17 october 18-19, 2017moscone westsan francisco, california sdc16 april 27-28, 2016moscone westsan francisco, california
provide timely information when users need it consider the key information that users will want from your app, and how to deliver the information within seconds. examples provide fitness and health status. provide real-time eta alerts using location service. enable contactless payment. provide notifications for important events. things to check is your app’s function relevant to the user's current state or context? how can your app utilize the user's physical states that it monitors? can the user process information at a glance? did you make sure your screens don't provide too much information all at once?
simple and human one ui takes a simple, human approach to text so we clearly state benefits in a relatable way and keep users focused on tasks. remove defensive text we've tried to do away with defensive text in one ui. this means taking out any warnings that aren’t an immediate concern for the user or rephrasing warnings to guide the user to solve them. it's never good to warn users vaguely about a situation that may or may not occur while using an app. instead, we just tell users when the issue comes up. if the user can take care of it, we tell them how. if we can take care of it, then we do it automatically. do don't only interrupt for important things users hate popups. so one ui only uses them when users need to input data, confirm that data will be deleted, consent to sharing personal info, or see some really important info. otherwise, we use a toast or something else that’s less intrusive. figuring out what information is important is tough. it usually requires significant user research to figure out the things users care about and those they don't. but all that hard work pays off with a more streamlined user experience. do don't show benefits and possibilities whenever we're introducing or describing something in one ui, we try to make it user-focused. this means telling users what they can accomplish with an app or feature. we try to avoid vague benefits in favor of concrete examples and don’t bother with the technical stuff that happens behind the scenes, just the real impacts the user will see. focusing on user benefits often involves only a slight shift in focus. for example, "samsung health captures and tracks health related information and metrics." focuses on what the app does. "samsung health helps you track your meals, workouts, and other important health metrics." focuses on what the user can do with the app. welcome to smartthings choose the right temperature. the right mood. even the right wash cycle.all from right here. samsung connect monitor and control all your devices from the palm of your hand. this service accesses your location, contacts, storage, audio, and camera. using mobile data to control cloud-connected devices may result in additional charges. you can turn off cloud control in settings. include everyone one ui strives to be as inclusive as possible. this means we avoid specific cultural, regional, and gender references. not everyone lives in the northern hemisphere or is male or female, so we don't talk about things like winter when it could be 40 degrees in australia or limit choices for things like gender. do don't along those lines, we're very comfortable with the singular "they." we don't used gendered pronouns, and we always avoid constructions like "he/she." so, "have the person sit on a stool so he or she is easier to scan." becomes "have the person sit on a stool so they're easier to scan." focused and purposeful empowering and engaging
the 2022 samsung developer conference in san francisco showcased some of samsung’s latest innovations in technology. this year spotlighted samsung’s brilliant minds innovating a calm technology ecosystem that gives consumers more seamless experiences in their daily lives. every year we kick off sdc with a keynote speech. this year jonghee han, head of the device experience (dx) division, shared how samsung electronics is crafting systems that help make lives smarter, safer, more convenient, and more connected than ever before. covering everything from knox matrix to holistic household platforms like bixby home studio and smartthings. jh han, vice chairman, ceo and head of device experience (dx) division for those interested in learning more, discover the developer updates shared at sdc in this blog post. samsung electronics integrates matter into the smartthings ecosystem jaeyeon jung, corporate vice president at samsung electronics and head of smartthings, shared how developers can maximize calm technology in the home by tapping into smartthings new integration with matter. jaeyeon jung, vp and head of smartthings, mobile experience business matter-enabled devices will join numerous products and brands already available within smartthings’ vast ecosystem, including devices from google, eve systems, honeywell home by resideo, linksys, nanoleaf, philips hue, schlage, wemo, yale, and more. developers, we invite you to build code with matter-enabled devices and watch the many smartthings tech sessions. dolby atmos releases a 3-d audio plugin for samsung mobile matthew reyes from dolby announced dolby atmos’ a new audio plugin with audiokinetic. the audio plugin enables game developers to create a 3-d surround sound effect for galaxy buds and samsung mobile. now players can feel every part of the action on their phones. dolby’s free plugin offers developers a chance to create an even better immersive experience. check out dolby’s tech session, which provides a plugin tutorial. samsung open-sources bothandy project sebastien seung and the team at samsung research america released samsung bothandy’s "openbothandy" open-source project. openbothandy provides manipulation benchmark scenarios, real-time simulation, and baseline manipulation codes. sebastian seung, president and head of samsung research experiment with samsung bothandy and advance robot manipulation technologies. bixby home studio simplifies voice commands bixby's developer evangelist, roger kibbe, shared what’s new with bixby developer studio and bixby home studio. this year's newest update is bixby home studio's voice control optimization tool on smartthings home devices. asr, nlu, and an entire command system are now completed locally on one device. what this means is bixby home studio allows developers to create code that helps consumers complete multiple tasks with a single command on the phone. imagine, you can ask to turn on your ac, and bixby home studio also checks to see if you have any windows open. roger kibbe, senior developer evangelist, north america bixby labs listen to roger’s tech session for more updates and start developing with bixby home studio. samsung health stack optimizes research studies principal engineer jinwoo song from samsung research’s data research team demonstrated how samsung health stack helps developers, engineers, and health professionals optimize research related to digital health using wearable devices. with samsung health stack’s app sdk, developers can create mobile apps that collect data from participants. applications include medical research studies, clinician services, or whatever your imagination envisions. tune in to jinwoo's recorded tech session, and contribute your visions to samsung health stack. relive sdc22 if you’re not done exploring the latest tech innovations, we welcome you to get inspired by sdc from the comfort of your home. you can experience sdc22 all over again–from watching the highlights to accessing the tech sessions on-demand. thank you for reading through our developer announcement for sdc22 events in the past. let us know your favorite moments from sdc by tagging us with the hashtag #sdc22 on twitter, facebook, linkedin, and youtube to continue the discussion.
if you are looking for an opportunity to boost your skills and learn how to use samsung sdks and tools through various hands-on learning experiences, code lab is the right place for you. code lab is a learning platform where you can get started with the latest technologies and services in samsung. through its series of tutorials, it introduces you to the use cases or scenarios for a specific technology. it engages anyone through the step-by-step process of building a sample application or adding a new feature to an existing one. with that, you can integrate your learnings from code lab into your individual or business needs. you can start, by trying out one topic or use case that interests you, and get to know how to easily use a service or tool. it covers topics related to mobile, ai, iot, health, game, security, blockchain, web, or wearables. new topics have been published in code lab for you to learn about samsung’s latest cutting-edge technologies, enabling you to use them to your advantage. with the advent of foldable smartphones, contents like camera web app on foldables, flex mode, app continuity, and multi-window will help you create or modify your applications to adapt seamlessly with different form factors. code lab also provides tutorials on designing your watch face and tracking exercises for the newly released galaxy watch4, operating on wear os powered by samsung. to enhance your hands-on learning experience with code lab, you can simply test sample applications in remote test lab even if you don’t have any physical galaxy devices. it’s a service that allows you to test your apps virtually and remotely, on thousands of samsung galaxy mobile and watch devices. flagship devices are widely available like the galaxy s21 series and the latest galaxy z fold3 and z flip3. not only can you learn with code lab, but you can also test anytime, anywhere. now, are you ready to start your learning journey? visit: https://developer.samsung.com/codelab
overview package class tree deprecated index com.samsung.android.sdk.healthdata interface healthconstants.stepcount all superinterfaces: healthconstants.common, healthconstants.sessionmeasurement enclosing class: healthconstants public static interface healthconstants.stepcount extends healthconstants.sessionmeasurement this interface defines the user's step count data. it provides only 1 month data. healthconstants.stepcount is recorded from: a phone with samsung health installed. it enables a partner app to get the phone's steps with a real-time. accessories such as a watch. a partner app can get step data of the accessories after a data sync to the phone. healthconstants.stepdailytrend vs. healthconstants.stepcount choose a proper step data type for your service. using healthconstants.stepdailytrend is general. healthconstants.stepdailytrend healthconstants.stepcount data retention period until several years if daily steps are saved in the installed samsung health only 1 month for one more devices(e.g. a phone and a galaxy watch) providing all device's steps without duplications manual handling is required to remove duplicated steps main use case getting the user's daily steps monitoring the phone's steps with a real-time properties properties of the following extending interfaces are available for this data type. healthconstants.common healthconstants.sessionmeasurement step count data has the following properties. see more common properties by spreading this section out. property name description healthconstants.stepcount.uuid [mandatory] data's unique id, assigned by the system when a new data is inserted healthconstants.stepcount.create_time [mandatory] utc milliseconds when a data is created in the health data store, assigned by the system when a new data is inserted healthconstants.stepcount.update_time [mandatory] utc milliseconds when a data is updated in the health data store, assigned by the system when a new data is inserted or the existing data is updated healthconstants.stepcount.package_name [mandatory] package name which provides data, assigned by the system when a new data is inserted healthconstants.stepcount.device_uuid [mandatory] device identifier which provides the health data healthconstants.stepcount.start_time [mandatory] utc milliseconds when the measurement is started; making a duration from start_time to end_time with 1 minute is recommended. healthconstants.stepcount.end_time [mandatory] utc milliseconds after the measurement has ended; making a duration from start_time to end_time with 1 minute is recommended. healthconstants.stepcount.time_offset [mandatory] time offset in milliseconds which considers the time zone and daylight saving time healthconstants.stepcount.count [mandatory] total number of steps healthconstants.stepcount.distance distance during the activity healthconstants.stepcount.calorie burned calories healthconstants.stepcount.speed speed healthconstants.stepcount.sample_position_type part of the body where the user places the device healthconstants.stepcount.custom custom info which is formatted with json and compressed data data permission the user's consent is required to read or write this data type. healthpermissionmanager.requestpermissions() displays a data permission ui to the user. see permission manager and request data permission. since: 1.0.0 field summary fields modifier and type field and description static string calorie burned calories in kilocalories during the activity. static string count total number of steps during the activity. static string distance distance in meters during the activity. static string health_data_type data type name for step count data. static string sample_position_type part of the body where the user places the device. static int sample_position_type_ankle device is placed in the ankle. static int sample_position_type_arm device is placed in the arm. static int sample_position_type_unknown device is placed in an unknown position. static int sample_position_type_wrist device is placed in the wrist. static string speed speed in meters per second during the activity. fields inherited from interface com.samsung.android.sdk.healthdata.healthconstants.sessionmeasurement end_time, start_time, time_offset fields inherited from interface com.samsung.android.sdk.healthdata.healthconstants.common create_time, custom, device_uuid, package_name, update_time, uuid field detail sample_position_type static final string sample_position_type part of the body where the user places the device. optional type: int available values: one of the following values sample_position_type_unknown sample_position_type_wrist sample_position_type_ankle sample_position_type_arm since: 1.0.0 see also: constant field values sample_position_type_unknown static final int sample_position_type_unknown device is placed in an unknown position. its constant value is 230001. since: 1.0.0 see also: sample_position_type, constant field values sample_position_type_wrist static final int sample_position_type_wrist device is placed in the wrist. its constant value is 230002. since: 1.0.0 see also: sample_position_type, constant field values sample_position_type_ankle static final int sample_position_type_ankle device is placed in the ankle. its constant value is 230003. since: 1.0.0 see also: sample_position_type, constant field values sample_position_type_arm static final int sample_position_type_arm device is placed in the arm. its constant value is 230004. since: 1.0.0 see also: sample_position_type, constant field values distance static final string distance distance in meters during the activity. optional type: float value range: 0 ~ 18000 since: 1.0.0 see also: constant field values calorie static final string calorie burned calories in kilocalories during the activity. optional type: float value range: 0 ~ 1200 since: 1.0.0 see also: constant field values count static final string count total number of steps during the activity. mandatory type: int value range: 0 ~ 12000 since: 1.0.0 see also: constant field values speed static final string speed speed in meters per second during the activity. optional type: float value range: 0 ~ 10 since: 1.0.0 see also: constant field values health_data_type static final string health_data_type data type name for step count data. use "com.samsung.health.step_count" to add permission to the manifest file. since: 1.0.0 see also: constant field values