Keyword: wearable sensors
Programming robots to pick parts at random is one of the most challenging automation tasks.
Soft sensors help interface humanity with technology.
A look at industrial applications of wearables and the benefits companies using them.
Three aspects of personal healthcare will see important changes driven by the emergence of the sensor-laden smartphone.
Studies show that Americans have no idea what the “Internet of Things” is.
Smart-shoe sole contains around 900 sensors and measures the distribution of pressure.
The Internet of Things is already transforming industries. An Internet of Health could save billions and — more importantly — save lives.
From aerospace to banking, enterprise wearables have made employees and customers more efficient than before.
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.
Capacitive Micromachined Ultrasonic Transducers (CMUT) are MEMS based structures used to generate and sense acoustic signals in the ultrasonic range.