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Maxim Integrated's sensor solution facilitates better insights into health and fitness for medical professionals and general users Wearable device designers can leverage the sensor's small size and built-in algorithms for faster product development and faster time-to-market The rapid...
The new device effectively monitors core body temperature and updates users on their health status Originally built for rigorous athletic purposes, the device is now available for general public to combat the COVID-19 u-blox, a provider of positioning...
Demand for medical devices is growing at a fast rate as people become more and more health conscious with increasing government-aided social healthcare schemes and an increasing number of patients moving from hospitals to their homes for nursing and...
Made of a water-retentive polymer, this sensor promises to be highly beneficial for designing smart wearables, state-of-the-art medical devices and even flexible robots.  In recent times, a lot of research has gone into developing flexible electronics and self-healing electronics material...
Flexible electronics is a new and upcoming feature of modern electronic technology. Its applicability is currently limited to only smart fabrics. However, that's all about to change with the development of flexible electronics whose stretchable electronics enables it to...
Globally, there will be over 20 billion connected devices in the next five years, representing $7 trillion dollars in revenue. This corresponds to roughly three devices for every person and a value higher than the year 2016 GDP of...
Next time, when you see people talking with their hand on the ear with no phone but just a watch on the wrist, don’t be bewildered, they must be using the HBand. You may ask, “How can a band...
Does anyone remember the definition of wearable fitness or fitness tracker a few years ago? Probably not. FitBit and the other apps that tracked everything from our breathing to our diet were still just ideas. Livestrong bracelets were the...
New research from Unisys Corporation reveals that law enforcement is expected to lead the incorporation of biometrics into wearable technology. However privacy concerns around the security of biometric data stored in the cloud need to be addressed as adoption...
Convergence of physical and virtual worlds has created new opportunities across industry segments. How have these sensors evolved? Krishnananda Shenoy, AVP and principal architect, engineering services, Infosys, speaks with Dilin Anand from EFY Q. What broad advances are enabling...