Researchers from the University of Delaware have been working to create futuristic smart textiles by developing flexible carbon nanotube composite coatings on a broad range of fibers, including nylon, cotton, and wool.
Developing a wearable device for monitoring heart rate, muscle movement & other feeble bio-signals without investing higher cost is a high priority.
Scientists from the University of Waterloo have devised new ways to use artificial intelligence (AI) to assist in minimizing wear-and-tear injuries and to enhance the productivity of skilled construction laborers.
A team of researchers from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering have created a group of revolutionary motion sensors that could pave the way for a near future of ubiquitous, completely integrated and economical wearable technology.
An innovative kind of stretchable and soft sensor can be employed in applications as wide ranging as health monitoring and athletics to virtual reality and prosthetics.
SmartDrive SmartSense™, an innovative suite of smart driver-assisting sensors developed so as to recognize the most perilous driving hazards and to intervene with drivers well ahead of a disastrous incident, has been launched by SmartDrive Systems, a leader in video safety and transportation intelligence, on October 22, 2017.
TDK Corporation announced today that TDK’s wholly-owned subsidiary InvenSense, Inc., a leading provider of MEMS sensor platforms, is hosting the 2017 TDK Sensors Developers Conference.
Lockheed Martin’s next generation air and missile defense radar demonstrator will be launched at the Annual Space & Missile Defense Symposium this week in Huntsville, Alabama.
A shirt packed with sensors allows you to study your golf swing, detect health problems and even play beat 'em up video games in the virtual world.
Logos Technologies has successfully conducted advanced flight testing of its Redkite wide-area sensor aboard the Insitu Integrator unmanned aircraft system (UAS).