Health and fitness wearables: past, present, and future
Health and fitness wearables have evolved from simple pedometers (step counters) that track basic levels of activity and fitness to complete health monitoring solutions that can be used to monitor all the vital signs of the human body in a variety of ways.
Collaboration on wearables for children with Rett syndrome
AccYouRate, a European digital health company that develops wearable technology, is partnering with the University Hospital of Siena in Italy to assist children with Rett syndrome.
Waveband optimised SWIR lenses
Resolve Optics is a supplier of application optimised Short Wavelength Infrared (SWIR) lenses for imaging applications that are difficult or impossible to perform using visible light.
ROHM SWIR devices for sensing applications
ROHM has established mass production technology for Short-Wavelength Infrared (SWIR) devices for portable/wearable/hearable devices requiring material detection.
Sock that sounds the alarm before older people fall
Older people will be alerted to the increased risk of falls thanks to a new smart sock created by electronic textiles (e-textiles) experts at Nottingham Trent University.
Introducing the Majority Tru 2 ANC wireless earbuds
Majority has announced the launch of its latest offering, the Tru 2 ANC Wireless Earbuds, a hands-free solution to audio on the go. Sustainably made, with an additional promise of a tree planted for every pair purchased, the Tru 2 Earbuds are an affordable and environmentally conscious audio option.
AI-enhanced smart accelerometers from STMicroelectronics
STMicroelectronics has launched three accelerometers with advanced processing engines built-in to extend sensor autonomy, enabling systems to respond more quickly to external events while lowering power consumption.
sureCore announces range of off-the-shelf memory IP
To speed up design times for customers, sureCore has launched a range of off-the-shelf, low power memory IP that is available for use at the most popular industry nodes.
It’s a painful period, but technology is lightening the load
Ahead of International Women’s Day, Electronic Specifier is celebrating what it means to be a woman. However, we also acknowledge that being female can be a real pain sometimes – literally.
Fingerprints and Flywallet developing wearable biometric payment
Fingerprints and Flywallet, a biometric wearables technology startup, are collaborating to develop and launch biometric wearable products for the European market.