Keyword: medical wearable
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
The only wellness device of its kind is like a buddy system that you wear.
OSN Quadcorder Prototype employs HeartSignature technology for consumer and medical professional remote vital sign monitoring.
This second article outlines the author’s experience as an example to those, especially of the next generation of physicians and engineers in training, seeking to contribute their efforts and talents in this worthy endeavor.