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Gesture recognition software for AR smart glasses

Gesture recognition software for AR smart glasses
A new generation of gesture interaction software has been launched by Crunchfish. This one-gesture software solution has been designed for interaction with any standard AR smart glasses enabling a new interaction method. It makes it possible for the user to control all functions in the glasses with only one gesture, similar to the touchscreen tap interaction. 
30th October 2018

Secure Contactless Transactions for Wearable Technology

Secure Contactless Transactions for Wearable Technology
STMicroelectronics and Fidesmo have created a turnkey active solution for secure contactless payments on smart watches and other wearable technology.
24th October 2018

CPI Collaborates with Pireta Limited on Smart Clothing Project

CPI Collaborates with Pireta Limited on Smart Clothing Project
The Centre for Process Innovation is collaborating on a project to support the development of next-generation smart clothing.
24th October 2018


Wearable sleep trackers market expected to continue to grow

Wearable sleep trackers market expected to continue to grow
  In its upcoming report titled ‘Wearable Sleep Trackers Market: Global Industry Analysis 2013 – 2017 and Opportunity Assessment 2018 – 2028’, Future Market Insights aims to deliver key insights on the global wearable sleep tracker market.
8th October 2018

Ultra-low power accelerometer for IoT

Ultra-low power accelerometer for IoT
An ultra-low power MEMS acceleration sensor for IoT and wearable applications, from Bosch Sensortec, the BMA400, is now available worldwide through distributors. Due to its low current consumption, embedded plug-and-play step counting and activity recognition features, the BMA400 extends battery lifetime of wearables such as smart watches and fitness trackers.
1st October 2018

Helmet exchanges information between brain and electronic devices

Helmet exchanges information between brain and electronic devices
Rostec has created a preproduction model of a device for information exchange between the brain and an external device (household appliances, computer, exoskeleton, artificial sensory organs, wheelchair). The neural interface works dependably in large crowds, on mass transport, and when surrounded by a large number of transmitting devices. The Bruk Institute for Electronic Control Computers (INEUM), part of State Corporation Rostec’s Automation concern, is behind the technology.
11th September 2018

Extending battery life of devices for better user experience

Extending battery life of devices for better user experience
Qoitech has announced that its Otii solution has been part of a cooperation with Ericsson, Sony Mobile and Altair to deliver over five times longer battery lifetime in a second-gen connected wearable prototype for e-health such as diabetes monitoring. The concept is a result of a collaboration of mobile tech providers in exploring the massive IoT ecosystem, looking into simplifying the ecosystem communication and extending the battery life of the devices for better user experience and reliability.
6th September 2018

Bremont partners with DMG MORI to develop British watchmaking

Bremont partners with DMG MORI to develop British watchmaking
Bremont Watch Company nurtures watchmaking skills in the UK and, as part of its objective, already manufactures components including its unique three part case consisting of bezel, central body and case back at its manufacturing facility near Henley-on-Thames and intends to develop the skills and capability to make as many parts as possible itself in the UK.
20th August 2018

App wins Red Dot Award for Communication Design

App wins Red Dot Award for Communication Design
It has been announced that the Oura app has been awarded the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2018 for high quality design and creativity. The Oura ring also received the Red Dot Award 2018 for Product Design earlier in 2018.
17th August 2018

Wearable battery for digital soldier programs at DVD2018

Wearable battery for digital soldier programs at DVD2018
A new product from Epsilor, a globally recognised developer and manufacturer of mobile energy products for defence and aerospace applications. Its innovative wearable conformal military battery for advanced Digital Soldier programs will be showcased at the DVD2018 show, which will take place at Millbrook, 19th to 20th September, 2018.
17th August 2018


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