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Wearable enclosures designed for a range of electronics applications

Wearable enclosures designed for a range of electronics applications
OKW has added a new size M and two stations to its BODY-CASE range of fully wearable enclosures. Smart and comfortable BODY-CASE is designed for a wide range of wearable electronics applications including tracking and monitoring; emergency call and notification; bio-feedback sensors for healthcare, wellness and sports fitness. It can also be used for industrial electronics.
22nd January 2018

Global positioning in every new wearable, whatever its size

Global positioning in every new wearable, whatever its size
Delivering the right combination of power and performance in GNSS receivers demands an innovative and adaptive approach to signal acquisition, satellite tracking and position decoding. By: Florian Bousquet, Market Development Manager, Product Center Positioning, u-blox.
22nd January 2018

Where would wearables be without reliable batteries?

Where would wearables be without reliable batteries?
They can be worn close to the body, on the body or even in the body - wearables are being used in more and more applications, and becoming increasingly commonplace. The development of this global growth segment is inconceivable without powerful, reliable batteries. The batteries directly determine the performance and continuous use times. At the same time, they need to meet increasingly demanding requirements while becoming ever smaller, lighter and more powerful.
19th January 2018


Blade smart glasses developer kit programme launches

Blade smart glasses developer kit programme launches
  Supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies and products for the consumer and enterprise markets, Vuzix has announced its launch of the developer kit pre-order programme for its Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses. 
17th January 2018

Wireless earbud powered by ANC system

Wireless earbud powered by ANC system
  Supplier of high performance sensor solutions, ams, has revealed that global earbud manufacturer Nuheara is using the miniature ams AS3412 Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) IC to provide what it claims to be best-in-class hybrid noise cancellation and audio amplifier functions for its new Live IQ earbuds. Nuheara introduced its LiveIQ earbuds at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
11th January 2018

Supercapacitors power real time health tag vibration alerts

Supercapacitors power real time health tag vibration alerts
Developer of supercapacitors that deliver power to support/replace batteries, CAP-XX has announced that Spire has incorporated CAP-XX Thinline supercapacitors into the Spire Health Tag to provide the power needed for delivering real time wellness vibration alerts to consumers. Offloading this power role to the thin, flat supercapacitor allows Spire to keep the battery small to achieve the ultra-thin form factor of its wearable fitness biosensor that attaches to clothes once, can be washed as normal, and needs no charging.
8th January 2018

Pet wearable highlights a trend for fair weather walkies

Pet wearable highlights a trend for fair weather walkies
Weather patterns have a marked influence on the amount of walkies a dog gets, according to pet technology company Pitpatpet, makers of the dog activity monitor ‘PitPat’. Pitpatpet has released findings from its growing number of dog owning app users that show on average (per day) their dogs exercise 30 seconds less for every millimetre of rainfall and on really inclement days, 20mm of rain resulted in ten minutes less exercise.
21st December 2017

Biomonitor can accurately interpret your dog's needs

Biomonitor can accurately interpret your dog's needs
  Sick or lost dogs cannot call for help, so a new biomonitor interprets their needs as SMS messages to owners. The TAIL collar-mounted device includes temperature and GPS sensors, which monitor health and activity. Having a dog in the family brings many pleasures. Yet the closeness also entails frustration and worry.
20th December 2017

RSPCA partners with dog tech firm

RSPCA partners with dog tech firm
The RSPCA has partnered with pet wearable company PitPat in order to improve dog welfare and get people spending more time out and about with their pets. The animal welfare charity - the oldest and largest in the UK - is hoping its partnership with PitPat will help lead the way in improving responsible dog ownership and encourage more owners to play and interact with their dogs.  
18th December 2017

Li-on revolution comes to mobile and wearable consumer electronics

Li-on revolution comes to mobile and wearable consumer electronics
  In this video, Littelfuse explores the advances and challenges of the Li-on revolution. Discover more and learn how to manage the risks.
13th December 2017


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