IoT Agenda:

Wearables


June 8, 2017  2:15 PM

Beyond the bring your own wearable revolution

Francisco Maroto Profile: Francisco Maroto
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, augmented reality, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, ROBOTS, Virtual Reality, Wearables

Some enlightened people like Elon Musk do not dream of electric sheep, they dream building human-computer hybrids. Elon Musk's Neuralink company's goal is to explore technology that can make direct connections between a human brain and a computer. Musk floated the idea that humans will need a boost...

May 16, 2017  11:06 AM

Devising new metrics for senior health with the smart home

Raoul Wijgergangs Raoul Wijgergangs Profile: Raoul Wijgergangs
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, medical devices, wearable, Wearable devices, Wearables

The U.S. healthcare industry is undergoing seismic changes brought on in large part by a growing greying population. Home-based care and connected aging with smart environments for seniors are gaining traction as pivotal solutions, with the number of skilled nursing homes in the country


March 30, 2017  4:11 PM

Textile pressure sensor applications in healthcare scenarios

Davide Vigano Profile: Davide Vigano
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Consumer IoT, eHealth, Internet of Things, iot, Wearables

Wearable technology has primarily focused on the upper body via smart glasses, wristbands and chest straps. There is also a tremendous amount of potential in wearable technology to collect data from the foot. The foot is a very complex part of our anatomy and it is constantly under pressure and is...


March 3, 2017  11:59 AM

Transforming IoT into IoMe (internet of me) via smart garments

Davide Vigano Profile: Davide Vigano
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Consumer IoT, Internet of Things, iot, wearable, Wearable devices, Wearables

IoT is the ability to connect everyday objects directly to the internet or smartphone whereby enabling these objects to send and receive data and interact with the user. Now, as often happens with hyped up new technologies, current products and innovations that aren't playing within this space seem...


February 7, 2017  4:36 PM

Seamless security with wearables: What’s possible?

Erik Perotti Profile: Erik Perotti
Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Wearables

Below, we will explore the technical elements of a security-oriented wearable, and subsequent posts will concentrate on the balancing act between great security and end-user convenience. To establish identity, we're all used to our username/password combination, and probably have started using...


January 19, 2017  2:10 PM

Empowering the workforce with wearables

Brian Ballard Profile: Brian Ballard
Internet of Things, iot, Manufacturing, smart glasses, Wearables

As automation, robotics and IoT become more pervasive, there is a nagging fear that this technology is reducing the need for people in the manufacturing process; in fact, it is making people more important than ever. The future of manufacturing is the integration of people and technology. In the...


November 16, 2016  2:16 PM

Three types of IoT PCBs: Class I, Class II and Class III

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
Hardware, Internet of Things, iot, PCB, Wearables

Just like the big boys (meaning conventional printed circuit boards), IoT PCBs fall under the categories of Class I, II and III. Earlier, I noted that Class I IoT PCBs


July 12, 2016  10:30 AM

Personal safety devices: A unique opportunity for wearable technology

Harry Wang Harry Wang Profile: Harry Wang
Healthcare, Wearable devices, Wearables

Personal safety devices that track a user's location and send alerts for emergency assistance stand as a unique opportunity for wearable technologies. Underlying health issues like stroke or conditions requiring...


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