Hearables with MotionEngine Hear sensor fusion software
CEVA has introduced the Hillcrest Labs MotionEngine Hear, a sensor and processor agnostic embedded software solution for hearable devices. System-on-Chip (SoC) vendors, OEMs and ODMs can utilise MotionEngine Hear to deliver a frictionless user interface, gesture control, activity tracking and spatial audio for a range of smart personal audio devices, including true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds, audio headsets, hearing aids, and AR glasses.
Improve your running performance with new wearable device
By measuring running from your feet, NURVV Run, a new wearable device, gives unrivalled insights into your technique with live in-run coaching feedback to help you become a better runner - run faster, run further and reduce injury risk.
Proxima wearable manages COVID-19 risk
The newly released Proxima from Prolojik allows people to manage their own risk and exposure to the COVID virus, through wearable technology in the form of a wristband or lanyard that connects wirelessly to Prolojik’s Proxima sensor network.
Turning your Apple Watch into a Motion Matching personal trainer
Wondercise has launched its smart fitness service globally with Apple Watch and Garmin wearable support. Featuring Motion Matching technology complete with on-screen heart rate data, it analyses your movements and compares them with those of an on-screen trainer in real-time.
Product innovation to propel wearable cardiac devices market
According to reliable reports, the global wearable cardiac devices market size was valued at $1.2bn in 2019 and is poised to record a CAGR of 24.2% through 2026. Mounting adoption of remote patient-monitoring systems and devices in healthcare sector is anticipated to give wearable cardiac devices market share a substantial boost over the estimated timeframe.
The importance of data in tracking physical activity
Improving health literacy and better understanding the importance of physical activity helps schools tackle the obesity crisis allowing children to be happier and healthier. Under the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic and the clear link to negative health outcomes for people who are overweight, the UK government has released details of their latest crackdown on obesity.
Wearable device launched to help manage insomnia
Sleep technology experts, Ebb Therapeutics has launched its Cool Drift Luxe wearable sleep device with technology that targets the root cause of sleeplessness: a racing, or overactive mind. The EBB Therapeutics Cool Drift Luxe is available from Amazon for £399.99
Next generation wireless earbuds charged on the wrist
Smart device developer, Aipower has announced the next product in its Wearbuds wristband-housed true wireless earbuds range, the Wearbuds Pro. The new model combines TWS earbuds and a fitness wearable for go-anywhere premium audio, on-wrist charging and modern style. Its unique design eliminates the need for carrying an additional charging case while adding powerful features for fitness tracking and phone notifications.
STMicro enables compact wearables with social distancing
STMicroelectronics has announced the availability of a compact and cost-effective reference design well suited for monitoring social distancing, assuring remote operation, provisioning, as well as warning, anti-tampering, and potentially providing contact tracing to protect human health in all environments, including in response to global or local pandemic conditions.
Social distancing wearable for returning workers
Equivital, a company that develops professional wearable technology, has announced the launch of eqWave, a social distancing wearable device which enables workers to return to work with confidence.