Google Alphabet company Verily Life Sciences (formerly Google Life Sciences) has created a device designed to enable the collection of medical data for upload and analysis to the cloud.

Recently revealed in FCC filings, the ‘Connectivity Bridge’ is the latest in Google’s attempts to make inroads in the crowded digital health market.

The device provides a number of connectivity options, including cellular, wireless a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth and NFC technologies, allowing medical devices to interface with it in multiple ways.

The device also makes use of open source software and will allow users to charge and sync their Study Kit devices via a USB cable.