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Galaxy smartwatch uses eSIM tech for seamless connectivity

Galaxy smartwatch uses eSIM tech for seamless connectivity
Samsung Mobile has globally launched the next generation of their Samsung Gear smartwatch, the Samsung Galaxy Watch. The smartwatch integrates a consumer embedded SIM (eSIM) solution, exclusively supplied by G+D Mobile Security. This latest generation of Samsung smartwatches supports remote profile management over-the-air with mobile network operators (MNOs) in all regions. Consumers benefit from a user-friendly connectivity and seamless device management.
10th August 2018

The importance of sensor technology in innovative headsets

The importance of sensor technology in innovative headsets
Plantronics likes to practice what it preaches, and aims to cater for everyone. In most daily activities, headphones or headsets can either make your life so much easier or are completely essential. Plantronics definitely took this into consideration when creating its range of Bluetooth headsets, especially its mobile Bluetooth devices designed for work environments.
23rd July 2018

Consumer dissatisfaction with wearable tech

Consumer dissatisfaction with wearable tech
Wearable technology has become a part of many people’s everyday lives, with the latest, flashiest smart technology becoming increasingly sought after for both practical and fashionable purposes. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the number of connected wearable devices worldwide is expected to jump from 325 million in 2016 to over 830 million by 2020.  By Matt Pick, Director of Commercial Operations at Plastic Logic
3rd July 2018


Ultra-low energy IP for wearable SoC

Ultra-low energy IP for wearable SoC
It has been announced by CEVA, that BlueX Microelectronics (BlueX) has licensed and deployed CEVA’s RivieraWaves Bluetooth low energy technology in its new BX2400 Bluetooth five compliant wireless Integrated Circuit (IC).
28th June 2018

Wearable monitor tracks vital signs for health and fitness benefits

Wearable monitor tracks vital signs for health and fitness benefits
Designers can extract vital signs and raw data for their wearable designs with the MAX-HEALTH-BAND, as well as monitor clinical grade electrocardiograph (ECG) and heart rate with the MAX-ECG-MONITOR from Maxim Integrated Products. 
27th June 2018

Combining science and sensor technology in a shoe insole

Combining science and sensor technology in a shoe insole
  NWTNLabs has announced the launch of RUNVI, the smart insoles that provide real measurement to help health and fitness lovers achieve their goals more efficiently, on Kickstarter.
15th June 2018

Smartwatches given out at Lords

Smartwatches given out at Lords
When we talk about wearable technology being used in elite sport, it’s almost always in a positive light. Advancements in that sphere have proved an invaluable modern tool for coaches and athletes alike, from feedback on performance, to monitoring of physiological parameters in order to keep a check on an athlete’s physical condition. A startup has even come up with a head-up display (HUD), to go inside a swimmers goggles.
25th May 2018

Is the wearable sector still only skin deep?

Is the wearable sector still only skin deep?
Recently Mark Patrick of Mouser was given the opportunity, for the first time, to visit the Wearable Technology Show at London’s ExCel (which is now in its fifth year). Here he explains about his experience and delves deeper into the wearable sector. Guest blog written by Mark Patrick, Mouser. 
3rd May 2018

Interactive workshops focus on wearables and assistive robots

Interactive workshops focus on wearables and assistive robots
The Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery at Imperial College London has announced the key workshops of the Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics 2018, plus the launch of a new CEO and Founders Forum. The interactive and hands-on workshops - spanning deep-learning for medical robotics to wearable and assisted robots - will take place on 24th June and 27th June 2018 (from 9am-1pm, and 2-5.30pm), and the new CEO and Founders Forum will be held on June 26th. 
1st May 2018

Automated sealant dispensing proves a winner for golf

Automated sealant dispensing proves a winner for golf
Based in Edinburgh, Shot Scope Technologies designs and manufactures innovative wearable technology which helps both professional and amateur golfers to improve their game. A keen golfer with a background in electronics design, CEO David Hunter set up the company in 2014 to develop the golf wearable, which collects and analyses over 100 key statistics from each round played, identifying shots, club used and GPS information. The data can then be easily uploaded to any smartphone or tablet (via an app) or computer.
26th April 2018


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IoT Solutions World Congress 2018
16th October 2018
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