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Garmin vívosmart 3 brings Firstbeat fitness to everyone

Garmin vívosmart 3 brings Firstbeat fitness to everyone
Yesterday, Garmin International, announced the vívosmart 3, the latest addition to their popular vivo series health and fitness trackers. The vívosmart 3 relies on Firstbeat technology to deliver high-end fitness monitoring tools, like automatic VO2max fitness level detection with a new interpretation, Fitness Age, accurate Calorie Counts, and for the first time All-day Stress tracking.
19th April 2017

Convert your headphones into a tinnitus early warning system

Convert your headphones into a tinnitus early warning system
Thanks to a new innovation developed by UK-based engineering and design consultancy Plextek, a far reaching impact could soon be had on the early diagnosis and treatment of debilitating hearing conditions such as tinnitus, that currently affects over 300 million people worldwide. Plextek’s new prototype has been designed for integration within standard everyday consumer headphones and has been proven to reliably detect the early signs of tinnitus – well before a person would become aware of the symptoms.
12th April 2017

Just a flick of the wrist and a click of the fingers

Just a flick of the wrist and a click of the fingers
With many different smartwatches on the market today, you can do almost everything from the palm of your hand; from answering your phone, to measuring your heart rate. However, now imagine an additional  device on your smartwatch that lets you control all the functions through a gesture of the wrist.
11th April 2017


Battery specialist delivers thin battery for next gen devices

Battery specialist delivers thin battery for next gen devices
Ultralife has strengthened its Thin Cell range of primary (non-rechargeable) lithium manganese dioxide (Li-MnO2) pouch-cell batteries. The higher energy density and slim form factor of Ultralife’s Thin Cell technology makes them well suited for use in the next gen of internet connected and wearable devices in sectors including medical, banking, highways, logistics, warehousing and security.
7th April 2017

The t-shirt that can light up your life

The t-shirt that can light up your life
  If you were at the Wearable Technology Show this year you will not have missed Illuminated Apparel and its laser glowing t-shirts. Not only did its t-shirts attract a crowd, the company set up by Rob Manley was also highly commended in the Wearable Innovation category of The Wearable Awards 2017.
6th April 2017

Electronic ski bindings let you change position on the go

Electronic ski bindings let you change position on the go
A new electronic ski binding that can change position on the go – and is controlled via a remote control in the pole - has been developed by Rottefella in partnership with Semcon in Norway. The finished product will be introduced to the market in 2018. All cross-country skiers are looking for the best possible grip uphill and the best glide downhill. The position of the binding has a great impact and can already be adjusted today, but only once the skier takes off their skis.
31st March 2017

Multisport device offers enhanced training metrics

Multisport device offers enhanced training metrics
Garmin International has introduced the Forerunner 935. The new flagship multisport device from Garmin will bring the latest generation of physiological analytic capabilities from Firstbeat Technologies to the Forerunner series for the first time. The three new Firstbeat training features - Anaerobic Training Effect, Training Load, and Training Status - debuted earlier this year in the Garmin Fenix 5 series, which was named as a CES 2017 Innovation Award Honoree in the wearable technologies category.
30th March 2017

Senstone: never miss a note again

Senstone: never miss a note again
  With Senstone you no longer have to pull out your phone to take notes. Just capture the things in your daily life that you don’t want to miss. It automatically converts your voice memos into text and organises them for easy access, especially on the go.
30th March 2017

E-gloves protect workers from dangerous vibration

E-gloves protect workers from dangerous vibration
Gloves embedded with tiny sensors are being developed by Nottingham Trent University to help protect construction workers from exposure to vibration. Led by Professor Tilak Dias, of the School of Art & Design, the technology aims to alert wearers to when they experience vibrations likely to cause conditions such as vibration white finger and carpal tunnel syndrome.
29th March 2017

Surface mount switch well suited for wearable devices

Surface mount switch well suited for wearable devices
  ALPS Electric has developed the 'SKTA series' Surface Mount TACT Switch with Projection (IP67 Equivalent), well suited for side controls on thin smartphones and other wearable electronics applications demanding compact dimensions and dust and water resistance.
28th March 2017


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center