Keyword: medical wearable
Wearable health-sensor platform saves up to six months of design time.
Fitbit Charge 3 sports swim-proof design and boasts up to seven days of battery life.
XSENSOR high-speed impact technology is a game-changer.
The opto-mechanical integration of light-emitting and light-sensing elements into bio-sensing wrist wearables is a fundamental step in the wearable design process.
Research from Markets and Markets projects the global market for medical wearable devices to be $12.1 billion by 2021.
Flexible fabric sensors have emerged as one of the most sought-after sensors in markets that affect consumers every day.
Wearable and sensor inventions need strategic patent protection.
Wearables with real-time 3D technology create new way of sensing by translating visual information.
CAP-XX Thinline supercapacitors provide necessary peak power for delivering real-time wellness vibration alerts.
Targeting EU approval in 2018, proprietary continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system completes four human clinical trials