This is a first in the watch industry.
While the world of luxury watches continues to evolve with innovative technology, brands can manufacture examples with an array of functions that help to tackle an array of obstacles. Although traditional watch categories cater to specific professions, the unknown falls onto the projected lifestyle of the individual who acquires the timepiece. Always focusing on the future of watchmaking, the horologists at De Bethune are proud to take on that task with an all-new project that stands out as a first for the watch industry. De Bethune is proud to present its new Sensoriel Chronometry Project, featuring a state-of-the-art robotic arm that aims to gather crucial information for the future health of new watch models like the DB28GS Grande Bleu.
To achieve this, De Bethune has built a robot arm inside its Manufacture in L’Auberson inside of an atmospheric chamber. The device will receive all of the data collected by a test watch’s sensor, accurately recreating the wearer’s specific movements. The process features a two-week wear test to harvest all the necessary information needed for the DeBethune Chronometry Workshop in Switzerland. The goal of De Bethune’s new project is to carry out customized adjustments before delivering a watch to its proud new owner. Although the technology is still rather new, De Bethune is excited to begin testing watches in active environments like professional golf. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming luxury watch news and releases.
Source: De Bethune