Steven LaBoeuf, president and co-founder of Valencell, discusses the wearables market, the trends in the market and the outlook for the sector. He speaks to Bloomberg's Haidi Lun on "Asia Edge" from the Consumer Electronics Show in Shanghai. (Source: Bloomberg)
Optical Sensor Trends in Wearable Technologies
Wearable technology has become part of our daily lives. From tracking our steps, to monitoring our sleeping habits, many people use the information provided by wearable devices to improve their health. In the past few years, wearable tech manufacturers have started to embed optical sensors into their devices. These sensors are primarily used to monitor heart rate; however, from measuring glucose levels to detecting substance abuse…
How wearable technology can transform health care
Around 12-15 million people use wearable technology for health care - a market that includes Fitbit, Apple, Samsung and LG. MarketWatch spoke to Kate McCarthy, a health-care analyst that manages a rare disease using an Apple Watch and a service dog.
Brent Blum: Tips for Deploying Wearable Technology in the Enterprise
Brent Blum, Wearable technology lead at Accenture, discusses wearable technology and how it can be integrated into the enterprise. Learn more. bit.ly/...
The Who, What, When, Wear, and Why of Wearable Technology
While different in many ways, the three primary categories of wearable technology share attributes that designers, developers, and product managers need to be aware of Article No :1313 | September 24, 2014 | by Markiyan Matsekh Mobility is about making content available when and where users want it, as efficiently as possible. Just as mobile devices opened up the ability to access information without sitting at…
How to Ensure a Successful Wellness Program with Wearable Technology
Mobile devices and apps let employees wear the condition of their hearts—and other vital organs—on their sleeves.
Why wearable technology is the next big game changer
We depend on constant internet connectivity through laptops, tablets and mobile phones throughout our workday - but imagine a world where internet connection is as easy as logging on through your clothing, glasses or wristwatch. Enter wearable technology.
How wearable technology will shape the future of sports
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Running shoes? Check. Water bottle? Check. Energy bar? Check. Optical heart rate sensor, galvanic skin response monitor and 3-axis accelerometer? Check, check, check.
How Wearable Technology Can Change Your Business
Wearable technology has begun to make a real impact on the way consumers shop for goods and services, but will also will change the way businesses train...
Consumer wearable technology is paving the way for mhealth
Wearable technology has, quite suddenly, become very popular for use in the area of health and fitness tracking when it comes to consumer tech devices, and
How to Limit Wearable Technology’s Legal Risks
Companies may want to require employees to use “wearable technology” for productivity or health reasons, but they first have to minimize their legal risks by having legitimate business reasons for requiring its use.
How will wearable technology contribute to the future of email marketing?
Mobile email optimization is either being pursued by marketers now, or in the near future. But how will the ”mobile” device of the future affect email?
How to Cut Lines and Costs at Your Event with RFID Wearable Technology
How can you use wearable technology for events? Here's a guide on how to use it and how it can benefit event planners.
Smart Devices for Busy People Wearable Technology Promotions: Who, When, How
The only thing truly able to compete with today’s prospects’ insatiable need for technology is their desire for convenience. Wearable smart devices bring the two together for those individuals who are interested in getting their information right now.
Wearable Technology Can Change The Way Students Learn In Classrooms
It's no secret that wearable technology is one of the hot topics of the time, and not just with tech enthusiasts who love to have their brand new toys and
Wearable Technologies Are Here To Stay: Here’s How the Workplace Can Prepare
More than a decade ago, “dual use” devices (i.e., one device used for both work and personal reasons) began creeping into workplaces around the globe. Some employees insisted on b
USC researchers to demonstrate how wearable technology can improve cancer treatment
Researchers at the University of Southern California will demonstrate how using wearable technology and smartphones can improve cancer treatment at a White House event on Oct. 3.
Solar panels 100 times thinner than a human hair could power wearable technology revolution
Solar panels so flexible and thin that they can be wrapped around the frame of a pair of glasses have been developed by scientists in a potential breakthrough for wearable electronics. The panels, developed by a team of researchers in South Korea, are just a single micrometre across – much thinner than the average human hair or a coat of paint, which are both typically about 100 micrometres. These are hundreds of times thinner than standard solar panels and three to four times…
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Fitness experts see wearable technology, group fitness and HIIT leading 2019 trends
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