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Miniature oscillators open up embedded applications

Miniature oscillators open up embedded applications
Ultra-miniature surface mount crystal oscillators that are ideal for use in embedded and smart clothing applications have been launched by Euroquartz. The XO22 series is now available in a new ultra-miniature 2.5 x 2.0 x 1.0mm size surface mount package with frequencies from 0.75 to 50MHz.
18th October 2019

Watching the detectives - developing fashionable wearables

Watching the detectives - developing fashionable wearables
Wearable electronics, such as medical devices and fitness trackers, are going through a period of rapid change. The revolution in ‘personal electronic devices’ is improving the ability of individuals and healthcare professionals to monitor and manage their health. Graeme Clark, Principle Engineer, Renesas Electronics, explains.
15th October 2019

Clearing the way for smart electronic skin patches

Clearing the way for smart electronic skin patches
Recent IDTechEx research in their report ‘Electronic Skin Patches 2019-2029’, has revealed significant opportunities in the development and use of electronic skin patches, with over $7.5bn in revenue made from the technology in 2018 and a growth forecast of over $20bn per year over the next decade.
25th September 2019


What are the current trends in wearables?

What are the current trends in wearables?
Answering some questions on the new Samsung Galaxy Fit/DA1469x, Rahul Todi, Senior Product Marketing Engineer, Dialog Semiconductor has offered his expertise. Today, there are numerous fitness/wearable products on the market geared toward improving our wellbeing, or at least giving us more insight into it.
24th September 2019

Smart ring for controlling sound effects with hand movements

Smart ring for controlling sound effects with hand movements
Wave by Genki Instruments is a wearable MIDI controller that lets you control sound, shape effect and send commands with the motion of your hand. The ground-breaking ring has been developed in collaboration with musicians and it works with all major musical software.
12th September 2019

Human-centred design meets German engineering

Human-centred design meets German engineering
ProGlove has announced a $40 million investment from global growth equity firm Summit Partners. The company plans to leverage this funding to expand its international footprint and support its mission to connect the human workforce with the industrial Internet of Things (IoT).
12th September 2019

Wearable AR tech drives future for automotive technicians

Wearable AR tech drives future for automotive technicians
Renault Trucks is rolling out its innovative remote mentoring solution, ‘Optiview’ in its workshops across the country. Equipping technicians with RealWear HMT-1 headsets will enable them to significantly speed up repairs and maintenance for its customers. 
15th August 2019

Wearable technology unlocking worker potential

Wearable technology unlocking worker potential
The rise of the machine is fuelling essential discussions about the future role of workers – not least within logistics. With full automation not an option in the foreseeable future how are companies to meet challenging productivity goals? 
6th August 2019

Wearable tech forecasts more growth despite challenges

Wearable tech forecasts more growth despite challenges
IDTechEx has released its most comprehensive report covering the wearable technology industry. ‘Wearable Technology Forecasts 2019-2029’ includes historic market data back to 2010 and ten year market forecasts for 48 different types of wearable electronic product. 
5th August 2019

Bringing data to the user and unlocking worker potential

Bringing data to the user and unlocking worker potential
The rise of the machine is fuelling essential discussions about the future role of workers - not least within logistics. With full automation not an option in the foreseeable future how are companies to meet challenging productivity goals? With improving the workforce experience now a priority, Andreas Koenig, CEO, ProGlove considers the role of wearable technologies, such as barcode scanners, in transforming the working environment and providing the real time data that can unlock worker potential.
31st July 2019


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