Teijin Frontier Co., Ltd. Opening a new window, the Teijin Group's fibers and products converting company, has announced that it has launched a new line of sportswear and other clothing incorporating “wearable solutions”.
Zhor-Tech, pioneer and global leader in smart shoe technology, has currently created applications for sports, workplace safety, climate, and healthcare.
TDK Corporation announces the newest additions to the InvenSense CORONA premium motion sensor product family, the world’s only 6-axis IMUs optimized for the most demanding optical and computational image stabilization requirements.
Texas-based company Larson Electronics, experts in industrial lighting, announced the launch of an LED wall pack flood light having day/night + motion sensor and wire guard.
Simplifying the design of low-to-mid-power motor controls in the 7V-45V range, the STSPIN830 and STSPIN840 single-chip drivers from STMicroelectronics contain flexible control logic and low-RDS(ON) power switches for industrial applications, medical technology, and home appliances.
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.