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Extending battery life and value for wearable GPS trackers

Extending battery life and value for wearable GPS trackers
When you hear the word GPS tracker, what do you think? A small, wearable device used to track people, pets and animals, which have made life easier for parents, pet owners, wildlife researchers, farmers, and businesses alike. By providing real‑time positioning information, parents can keep an eye on their kids from afar, farmers can easily keep track of their livestock, and businesses can monitor lone workers in the field.
5th December 2017

Developing wearable products: technology and opportunities

Developing wearable products: technology and opportunities
  Hardware Pioneers will be starting the new year exploring the latest technologies and the great opportunities the wearable sector has to offer today and will offer tomorrow. 
5th December 2017

Never lose your children again with this IoT smart bracelet

Never lose your children again with this IoT smart bracelet
Swedish supplier of IoT, cloud and platform solutions, H&D Wireless, will deliver track and positioning technology to the entertainment centre of Exploria, to provide better visibility of visitors' children. The 20,000m2 play centre now becomes H&D Wireless's first customer in the fast-growing IoT segment indoor positioning with a two year agreement. GEPS for Hospitality is the name of the IoT service, which will help parents to follow their children in Sweden's largest play land Exploria, outside Stockholm.
27th November 2017


Counting the cost of global healthcare

Counting the cost of global healthcare
As Sui Shieh, VP, Industrial & Healthcare, Maxim Integrated, explains, technology is bringing the world of clinical monitoring and fitness monitoring closer together. The world is spending around $9tn a year on healthcare – to put that in perspective that’s ten percent of global GDP. This situation is even more acute in the US with estimates quoting that healthcare will account for around 20% of GDP within five years.  
24th November 2017

Smartwatches – the all‑in‑one wearable

Smartwatches – the all‑in‑one wearable
The word ‘smart’ now is everywhere and relates to everything. Take the trusted watch for example. From the Apple Watch, to the Samsung Gear and Huawei 2, more and more smartwatches are popping up every day on people’s wrists. What started as a simple luxurious fashion accessory is becoming increasingly respected as a useful wearable.
20th November 2017

Motion sensors lead to high-performance wearable technology

Motion sensors lead to high-performance wearable technology
  Researchers from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering have developed a class of breakthrough motion sensors that could herald a near future of ubiquitous, fully integrated and affordable wearable technology.
20th November 2017

Technique produces wearable GaN gas sensors

Technique produces wearable GaN gas sensors
A transfer technique based on thin sacrificial layers of boron nitride could allow high-performance gallium nitride gas sensors to be grown on sapphire substrates and then transferred to metallic or flexible polymer support materials. The technique could facilitate the production of low-cost wearable, mobile and disposable sensing devices for a wide range of environmental applications.
13th November 2017

How to store information in your clothes without electronics

How to store information in your clothes without electronics
A new type of smart fabric developed at the University of Washington could pave the way for jackets that store invisible passcodes and open the door to your apartment or office. The UW computer scientists have created fabrics and fashion accessories that can store data - from security codes to identification tags - without needing any on-board electronics or sensors.
6th November 2017

Connected sportswear and u-blox

Connected sportswear and u-blox
It’s not quite a natural combination bringing together electronics and sportswear. First of all the materials are very different, you have hard, rigid and fragile electronics compared to the soft, flexible, robust and washable textiles. However, bringing the two together opens up a world of new possibilities and innovations, as a team of Fashion Design students from Shih Chien University, Taiwan found out when they recently attended a ten day workshop on electronic sportswear.
30th October 2017

Water resistant pressure sensor enhances smart living

Water resistant pressure sensor enhances smart living
  Underwater accuracy has been taken to a new level by STMicroelectronics with its latest miniature pressure sensor, which is featured in the new Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro.
25th October 2017


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